||2000 H1 HUMMER
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|LOW MILES 64,000|
|Vehicle Condition||Features & Options|
Have Original Manuals
Have All Keys
No Known Mechanical Problems
As-Is - not covered by a warranty.
Excellent Trim Condition
Excellent Glass ConditionNo Visible Rust
Tires & Wheels
Brand New TSL Tires
Front Size: 37/12.5/R16.5 Super Swamper Radial Terrain Tires
Rear Size: 37/12.5/R16.5 Super Swamper Radial Terrain Tires
16.5" Alloy Wheels with CITS
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Clean 2000 Hummer H1 Soft Top 4x4
This hummer boasts the 6.5l v8 turbo diesel backed by a new automatic transmission. The vehicle is rust free with only 64,000 actual miles!
and has been
through a very thorough
mechanical inspection by a certified Hummer mechanic at a certified
Another rarity of this vehicle is the CTIS tire inflation, which works awesome on this beast.
some great options including a custom steering wheel, dual heated
(new), power windows/locks, cruise control, power heated mirrors,
console, cup holders, comp/temp gauge, CITS gauge, keyless entry and
Please, serious inquiries only.
Ext / Int Color
Black with Gray Leather Interior
All Wheel Drive
Momo Steering Wheel
6 CD Changer
Other FeaturesTow Package
Center Arm Rest
Optional Fuel Tank
CITS Tire Pressure Monitor
|What is TT4?
Although the rugged and unique drive train remains for 1999, AM General has developed a new /four-wheel traction-control system that endows the Hummer with the four-wheeling ability of locking differentials without the on-road drawbacks. Hummers have always had the torque-sensing Zexel-Torsen limited-slip differentials in both front and rear axles, but while their operation is smooth, limitations are apparent when Hummers encounter extreme low-traction conditions. AM General's new Torq Trac 4 (TT4) traction-control system combines with the Torsen limited-slip differentials to provide torque to the wheel(s) that has traction. The system is very similar to the one used on the new Land Rover Discovery Series II. Basically, ABS wheel sensors detect wheel speeds and generate signals transmitted to an Electronic Control Unit (ECU) that decides which wheel requires braking forces and sends it via a hydraulic pump. The TT4 system limits wheelspin during acceleration and automatically transfers torque when any wheel loses traction. If the TT4 system is active for more than 60 seconds, it will deactivate and allow the brakes to cool for an additional 60 seconds.