Question about 2004 Hummer H2
Since the Altenator is run off a serpentine belt with an auto tensioner, this may not be the issue, although an old, stretched out belt could be the issue. If it's the original battery it may need changed or the altenator may be failing. Both of these can be tested for free at a local parts store, like Autozone, and I think they can do it while still on the vehicle.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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