Question about 2003 Hummer H2
Hi, well anything is possible, but as an old installer here are some things to check. First, depending on the size of your charger, it will take a few hours to get enough. Charge to start your vech. You might try jump starting it, or if possible, take your batt. To the local auto zone or equiv. And have them charge and check your batt. If you have an aftermarket. Alarm, that could be engaging. The starter kill.
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