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Hummer Customer Reviews

Direct Fit Horn - High/Low Tone
May 02, 2020
Cheaper than part store
Put it on and they worked. Very universal with different wiring selections, harness plugged in perfect, 2003 gmc 2500hd
Gary Strope
Purchased on Apr 17, 2020
Direct Fit Horn - High Tone
Mar 27, 2020
Great Horn!!
Great Horn!! Easy to install w/factory plug provided!! Nice packaging. Five Stars!!
Tim Loveless I
Purchased on Mar 12, 2020
My mechanic actually told be they were a perfect fit for my truck.
Purchased on Jul 17, 2017

Hummer Guides

Hummers are the ultimate luxury toys for Hollywood's bad boys, and girls for that matter. For years, the Hummer has been the top vehicle for the biggest celebrities Tinseltown has ever seen. With the first civilian owner of a Hummer being 'then-Terminator-now-Governor' Arnold Schwarzenegger, it's no surprise why other celebrities followed his footsteps almost immediately. And if you happen to be driving a Hummer of your own, whether it's the H1, H2, or H3 model, you automatically join the list of proud Hummer owners that include Lebron James, Paris Hilton, 50 Cent, Adrien Brody, and Reggie Bush. But your VIP ride will be good as dud if you don't keep it well-maintained. To boost or even restore your ride's performance, use only high-quality, OEM Hummer Parts.Most vehicle owners these days choose to go for the cheaper but not necessarily better aftermarket units over Hummer OEM Parts. While a discounted albeit crudely-made part may save you money now, it's going to cost you a lot of problems in the long run. For example, if you enhance your Hummer's performance using a random muffler that doesn't meet your vehicle's specifications, expect this muffler to end up useless in a matter of months or even weeks for that matter/ And we all know the domino effect that happens to your Hummer the moment a crucial auto system collapses'when one system malfunctions your vehicle's entire performance becomes compromised.Avoid this scenario and retain your ride's superstar performance by playing it safe and using only authentic Hummer Parts for your ride.

Hummer: From America's Battlefields to Her Streets

It's certainly a glaring testimonial for any vehicle to be able to hold up to the rigged and strict standards of the United States Army. In every battle America has fought since 1984, the Humvee has been the workhorse the troops counted on. Ruggedness on any and all terrain, versatility, and modular build made her ideal for any military engagement.

Though AM General had originally planned to release a civilian version, it took the persistence of no less than action star Arnold Schwarzenegger to bring that plan to fruition. The problem was that the Humvee was too powerful and dangerous for civilian use. This fueled a wave of innovations that Hummer users now enjoy.

Duramax V8

In battle, there was nothing wrong with a vehicle that could charge into any trouble and come out unscathed. The problem AM General had was that quality might not translate to safety on roads across America. As a result, the first Hummer to come out, the H1, was deemed underpowered by the buying public. This caused much difficulty for GM, who eventually took over marketing responsibilities.

The answer was the 6.6-liter Duramax V8. It struck the balance between the consumer's need for power, and GM's need for peace of mind. With an impressive 305 bhp at 3000 revolutions per minute, the Duramax was perfect to carry the bulk and weight of the massive Hummer and transform it into the vehicle of choice for the off-road adventurer.

CITS (Central Tire Inflation System)

When it comes to off-roading, power is just one part of the equation-tire pressure is another. On flat, level roads, higher pressures are required-on rougher terrain, that high pressure can cause you to pop a tire real quick. Enter the CITS. This handy innovation allowed Hummer owners the unique ability to inflate or deflate their front tires or their rear tires, or even all four altogether.

Under normal driving conditions, the Hummer's tire pressure rests at 26 psi up front and 28 psi in the rear. Should the driver require it to carry heavier loads, he could bring that up to 45 psi with just a flick of a switch! Off-roading? Bring it down to 20 psi. Driving through deep snow or mud? Cut it lower to 10 psi. The system even warns the driver if he goes too far either way!

Do they work?

All these are good to talk about, but how well do these innovations perform under real life conditions? Well, in 1990, a pair of Hummers ran a gauntlet of extremely rough terrain from London to Beijing, through the former Soviet Union-a tough journey if there ever was one-yet the Hummer completed it with great ease!

When a Hummer is More Than a Hummer

If you haven't seen a Hummer limousine, you are missing half your life. They seem to be an affront to all things normal. Too wide already to fit most parking spaces and smaller roads, the Hummersine seems to stretch that even more-pardon the pun-by making it unwieldy length-wise. One has to admit, however, that it makes for a spacious and luxurious interior.

Versatility in ruggedness

That kind of set up represents the extreme range of customizability that the Hummer gives you. If you're not into that kind of ludicrous extravagance, there are other options in customization that might be more up to your tastes. Here are a couple of ideas that might help you get the most out of your Hummer.

The hipster

This custom job brings together a lot of different components to make your Hummer stand out in a crowd. The first things you can customize are the lights. Off the bat, you can change out your front headlights with more powerful Xenon variants. Complement this with a light bar up top for an outdoor party, some h-racks up top to stow the drinks and supplies, and even a tricked-out audio package to make good use of the real estate out back.

The hero

The hero set up focuses on the immense potential for rescue and recovery operations that the hummer makes possible. First off will be a couple of winch options-these you can mount up front to help you pull things out of mud or water. If you have the SUT variant with the open bed at the back, you can put in a covered slant back or tonneau to helps shelter people or supplies for rugged transport.

The sky (and your budget) is the limit to the amazing things you can do on and with your Hummer. One word of advice if you want to start building that dream Hummer: make sure you're getting parts that fit the right variant!

Helpful Automotive Resources

General Motors Resumes Work
May 10, 2020
General Motors Resumes WorkAs several states begin to ease lockdown restrictions in the United States, GM said it will open its doors again on May 18, the same day that FCA workers return to factories.
GMC Postpones Hummer EV Reveal
May 05, 2020
GMC Postpones Hummer EV RevealDespite this, however, GMC clarified that the development of the vehicle was not affected by factory closures and shelter-in-place orders in the past couple of months and that it is still gunning for a late 2021 market launch as initially scheduled.
GMC Reveals Hummer SUV Is Coming
March 15, 2020
GMC Reveals Hummer SUV Is ComingDubbed the GMC Hummer SUV, the vehicle is set to join the upcoming pickup under the GMC umbrella. It is expected to match the performance of the truck, which the company previously claimed to make 1,000 horsepower and go from zero to 60 mpg in 3.0 seconds.
GM Releases Pre-Order Details for Hummer EV
March 10, 2020
GM Releases Pre-Order Details for Hummer EVBeginning on May 20, the automaker will begin accepting pre-orders for the model, whose official reveal will be livestreamed to the public through a dedicated page for the Hummer on the GMC website (
2022 Hummer EV Will Have Removable Roof Panels
June 01, 2020
2022 Hummer EV Will Have Removable Roof PanelsThis is set to change as the automaker recently confirmed it will be offering removable roof panels for the Hummer EV for the 2022 model year.
GM Delays Product Development on New Models
April 07, 2020
GM Delays Product Development on New ModelsVehicles affected by the temporary suspension in production now won’t arrive until 2021, according to a report published by Reuters. This includes the refreshed Chevrolet Equinox, Silverado and Bolt EV, as well as the GMC Terrain, Sierra, and Cadillac XT4.
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