I started my H2 and it started fine, no hesitation at all. As I began driving up my street, it felt sluggish and then died. After it died, I tried turning the key over, I can hear the click, but it doesnt want to engage the starter. I have no indication what gear I am in - so I am wondering if it could be the Transmission Range sensor and if so, how do I replace it? Where is it located? What is the procedure? Thanks, Lee
H2 started out sluggish, then died. Now it wont even try to crank over. TRS? on 2003 Hummer H2
by lwaananen in Butte, MT on April 27, 2012
ANSWER by mdeautomotive on April 27, 2012
You may be experiencing a low battery state of charge condition. Possible alternator failure.