The noise is the teeth on the flywheel grinding on the teeth of the starter. Check to see if the starter is loose, this is the most common cause of that noise.
starter not engaging flywheel properly. Replace starter, Checking for damage to flywheel while starter is removed.
If your Gas tank is not empty, you may have a problem with your starter.
Sounds like the starter is "dragging" - happens when the bushings are worn. Can be overhauled if you are mechanicaly inclined, otherwise replace the starter.
A defective CV joint will make a grinding noise when you turn the steering will. A bad strut can also cause a grinding noise.
The starter drive gear will be too close to the flywheel, causing a grinding noise when the starter is engaged.
If the grinding noise is heard only when starting the car, the problem is probably worn bushings. When the bushings wear out, the armature inside the starter will "sag" and grind against the inside of the starter as it spins, causing the grinding noise you hear. This condition is called "starter drag". Eventually, as the bushings keep wearing, the armature will not spin at all. If you are mechanically inclined, you can purchase a starter kit and do the repairs yourself. If not, it would be wise to replace the starter before you become stranded somewhere.
A bad starter might make a noise. The starter could also go bad with no noise or warning. However if the starter is making noise then there is a problem that could cause failure at any time
If your PlayStation makes a grinding noise, it's best if you give it up for lost and purchase a new one.
The starter should only be making noise if you attempt to start the car and the starter is going bad. It is possible that the remote starter is bypassing the mechanical starter. Starters are very easy to replace. Be sure to disconnect the car battery before doing so.
It is a 2002 Honda civic
The starter could grind if the bendix is sticking
if it is in fact the starter, it is probably engaging the flywheel. starter may be faulty.
The rear of a Ford Explorer may have a grinding noise when driving, because the muffler may have came loose. The u joint may also be loose and cause a grinding noise.
your brake pads are probley wore out so its grinding on your rotor
Defective starter, or a problem with the flywheel. You need to check the starter and then remove it and check the flywheel.
sounds like the starter is "grinding" on the flywheel teeth. Could just need a shim or two. Or the starter teeth may be getting worn.
The grinding noise you hear may be due to worn bushings on the starter. When the bushings wear, the armature will "drop" and grind against the inner part of the starter, causing it to rotate slowly and not spin fast enough to start the engine. Remove the starter and have it checked out at your local AutoZone or similar auto parts store. If the bushings are worn, it is likely that the armature and internal wall of the starter may be also be damaged and the whole starter will have to be replaced.
Dirty or loose connections or a bad starter.
The grinding noise you hear is probably coming from your starter. When the bushings wear out, the armature "drops" against the casing, making it difficult to spin without "grinding" on it. Starters can be rebuilt if you are mechanically inclined - you can buy a "starter overhaul" kit at almost any auto parts store. Before you buy a kit, remove the starter and inspect it - it might be too far gone from the grinding to overhaul. If that's the case, you will need to buy a new or rebuilt starter.
If the mower has an electric starter, the gear on the starter is worn. Replacement is not hard and the part (a plastic gear) is relatively inexpensive.
It makes a horrible grinding noise as the starter motor turns over, but doesn't do any damage (well I hope it doesn't).
not sure sound like it comes from front suspension
see if it will turn over if there is no grinding noise then u need a new starter