Q: On occasions during quiet surrounding driving I hear a clack noise from the back of my car.

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From the back (approx. cargo area with the 330 volts battery located) I hear clack sound. Is this a normal hybrid operation of the 2009 Escape Hybrid Limited, or points to a loose battery or else?

My car has 56300 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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