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Why does a 1999 Saturn sl2 make a single grinding noise only when first starting forward or reverse after starting once the noise is made it does not occur again until the car is restarted?

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2005-12-09 20:50:02
2005-12-09 20:50:02

I wonder if it might be the starter motor not fully disengaging and as soon as the flywheel turns, it's kicking it back.

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