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I have a 2004 civic hybrid, i here a "thump" when i go foward usually about the point when i believe the gas engine kicks inand the electric disengages. it this normal?

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Could be! Due to aging, wear and tear. If it's not broken do not fix it. If it's considerable could be flywheel not exatly sure how hybrids work but try using thicker oil. Mostly would say about checking transmission oil/filter if it not a seal unit or detect leak.

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