if you mean when you put the key in the ignition to start it you hear a grinding sound then either your flywheel has a missing tooth (unlikely) or the starter is the one that needs replacement(most common)
if you mean that when the car is started you hear a grinding sound and the car when gears are shifted it wont move then since it is a manual transmission i would look at the clutch housing.(throw out bearing ,spring compressor ect.) perhaps someone else may have other sugestions or ideas.
it is burning rubber
On a 1998 Ford Escort : firewall 1-----2-----3-----4 front of vehicle > driver
buy new brake pads
It is located on the driver side, on the back side of motor.
bottom driver side corner(should be a screw drain)
located at the driver side kick panel,
possibly brake pads worn down
FRONT SEATING AREA, DRIVER SIDE, UNDER DASH, DRIVER SIDE OF STEERING COLUMN, MOUNTED ON SUPPORT BRACKET.
under the driver seat; black box bolted to frame; two plugs-one for passenger one for driver
Right side in front of driver firewall, facing the car front
the chimer is under neath the driver chair
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Fuse box under the hood on the driver side of the car
DRIVER SIDE, UNDER DASH, DRIVER SIDE OF STEERING COLUMN, MOUNTED ON SUPPORT BRACKET
It is located in an access panel in the rear passenger side on my 99 Escort...
yes sounds like a wheelbearing get it checked before it tears up your spindle
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should be on the bottom front of motor closer to driver side
Driver side front of car in the main fuse box block. Its marked.
if not you can always punish the car for not allowing u to put the glass in
Yes- remove wheel to inspect
wheel bearing or it could be the carrier bearing as was in my case
You may have a wheel bearing going bad or a brake dragging. Take it to a mechanic. I have found that if I can't identify something better than a "grinding noise" I had better let a mechanic look at it.
You can find it under the battery on that side which is closer to the driver chair.