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NHTSA — Fuel/Propulsion System Problems

2.6

hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
57,166 miles

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2007 Hummer H3 fuel system problems

fuel system problem

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2007 Hummer H3 Owner Comments

problem #6

Jun 012014

H3

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

After reading all if these complaints I decided to write mine. Probably about a little over a year ago the first thing that started was my tpm sensor would come on and then go off I took it to the tire store and they said this could be going bad ok well then it stopped, next I got into my vehicle from grocery shopping and my car would not start in the hot summer in my vehicle ( thank god my 2 young kids weren't with me) after several attempts it finally started, this happens a lot more then once until one day when it was freezing cold outside in wonderful Wyoming my key would not come out of the ignition, I had to unplug my battery until I could take it to the shop ! then after I get my car back a few days later my blower to my heater quit working for a few minutes and then I smelled a burning smell, I called the repair shop again to take it back and there was a charred wire and they had to replace what was being recalled.( I received the 1st letter about 6 months later), which I still haven't received a 2nd letter! now I'm starting to have a issue of my car dying when I'm slowing down to stop at a stop sign or to turn!!! I happened to get on her and read all the complaints and nothing has been done!!! I have 2 small children and this is absolutely disturbing, I am really regretting not getting rid of this vehicle last year!! I beg that you all please look into these, before someone dies or anything else!! ( it shouldn't even get to that point). I had about 70,000 miles when this all started and noe I have 84,999. My mph was 0-30 !!!

- Casper, WY, USA

problem #5

Jan 042016

H3

  • 84,995 miles
When I slow down to stop at a stop sign or slow down to turn my vehicle has been dying.

- Casper, WY, USA

problem #4

Oct 022015

H3

  • 97,000 miles
Our 2007 H3 had cracked radiator with hose leaking coolant causing the overheating. We have never driven the vehicle off-roading and no warning light was displayed for this issue. Instead, we brought it in for a different issue with the fuel line and discovered the cracked radiator, which could have caused a bigger problem if it had gone undiscovered for longer period of time.

- Orlando, FL, USA

problem #3

Jul 012014

H3 5-cyl

  • 60,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Just had my Hummer in 2 weeks ago at the GM dealership to have the ignition switch replaced. Had been dealing with it stranding me and my kids for 10 minute periods long enough. ( sometimes longer) while it was in there we also had to get the radiator replaced due to it being cracked. Now 2 weeks later my check engine light and traction light have come on. The traction light saying service sab system. After reading all the Hummer problems I can not believe that there was not a recall on both the ignition switch and radiator. The ignition switch being faulty put me and my kids in situations in places for long periods of time that were not safe and at times we were very cold since we can have below zero weather in Colorado. The ignition not recognizing the key causing the anti theft system to activate is recall issue and GM you should be taking responsibility for this!!

- Ault, CO, USA

problem #2

Apr 102013

H3 5-cyl

  • 47,400 miles
Exhaust manifold bolts are breaking off the block!.

- Albuquerque, NM, USA

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problem #1

Jul 202012

H3 5-cyl

  • 53,600 miles
I am the original owner of a 2007 General Motors Hummer H3. The auto has been well maintained and professionally serviced by a GM dealership. The vehicle has 53,600 miles and is in perfect mechanical condition except this recent issue with passlock security which has rendered the vehicle unreliable and a personal and public safety hazard. The vehicle is less than 30 days out of warranty and dealer will not repair under warranty. In recent weeks, the passlock security light began randomly illuminating while driving. This light could extinguish on next start or stay illuminated through several starts. Two weeks ago while returning from a trip later at night, the vehicle was disabled and failed to start in an airport parking lot. The passlock light continually flashed and the engine cranked, but without starting. A tow truck was called, but by the time it arrived, an attempt to start the vehicle was successful and the light was extinguished. This has happened at least twice since in less inconvenient and less dangerous areas. The vehicle is unreliable and unsafe. I cannot trust it to allow my wife to drive it for fear if her being marooned in a dangerous situation. The dealer has indicated it might be several hundred dollars to repair this problem and was well aware that it was a widespread problem with GM autos. There are hundreds of similar complaints on the internet and yet there is no response or attempt to remedy this situation by the manufacturer. I am a senior citizen and need to rely on my vehicle, but cannot rely on a vehicle whose security system can disable the vehicle at any random time. As my representative, I request the NHTSA address this with the manufacturer and remedy this safety concern. [xxx] information redacted pursuant to the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6).

- Creedmoor, NC, USA

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