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Old 13 Jan 2011, 11:16 am
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Default Why does my honda civic hybrid roll back on small inclines?

up a small hill my honda doesnt hold its ground when I take my foot off the brake but plummets backwards. Is this normal??
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Old 13 Jan 2011, 11:31 am
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If it's manual thats normal. If it's automatic thats not normal good luck!
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Old 13 Jan 2011, 11:46 am
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depends on the year... the early versions didn't have creep aid and are prone to rolling back. creep aid only works for a short period of time after you take ur foot off the brake. it will not hold your car on a hill.
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