I would guess that it is the wheel bearing. is it a grumbling sound or an all out grinding? If it is or was a grumbling sound and has turned into a grinding it is probably the wheel bearing.
depends on where the grinding id coming from
A bad transmission. The sound is from metal grinding on eachother.
A few things could be causing a grinding sound when turning. It could be a cv axle, ball joint, tie rod end, or bracket pin steering.
The bearings on the alternator could be going bad. Remove the belt from the alternator then spin the alternator by hand to listen for grinding.
This is probably the starter going bad. You should have it looked at as soon as possible or replace the starter yourself.
if its a front wheel drive vehicle then it could be the axels
may be a bad starter..... or if the engine is cranking with no start it could be the ignition wires
The "awful grinding sound" might be a problem with your power steering
A wheel bearing could be going bad in a 2002 Ford Focus if a grinding or rubbing sound is heard. A trip to a mechanic is advised as a bad wheel bearing that's not fixed can lead to damaged brakes.
Could be a bad wheel bearing.
Usually it'll be a grinding sound.
a grinding sound usually means a broken teeth on either the flywheel or the starter pignion gear. your starter can also be loose.
Could be a right rear axle bearing going bad.
Nope, V6s cant match the sound of a V8.
Could be a number of things. Is the noise coming from your transmission, your rear differential, one of the wheels? From the wheels it could be a warped rotor or a wheel bearing failing.
Either you tire is rubbing or if its a front wheel drive it could be you "CV" axle's... Other than that i don't know i hope that helps?
Yes, the differential can make a grinding sound.
possibly your wheel bearing is on its way out
If you vehicle is front-wheel drive, more than likely, that grinding crunching sound when you turn is coming from the CV joints.
It is a clicking sound
if its while your driving it could be wheel bearings
Don't do that too often. If the starter Bendix is not fully engaging the starter gear into the flywheel, you could be wearing the flywheel. That could be expensive. Remove the starter and inspect the flywheel. Slowly turn the flywheel by hand and inspect the entire circumference of the gear.
The Brakes inside of the wheel could be rusty in the back and cuz some Grinding sounds, or the Transmission is Wet and Rusty which can also make a Grinding sound, If it happens to your Car, Notify me at firstname.lastname@example.org, u need to tell me your car if u need help.... if u dont and its just a Random Question, dont add me lol but really, ill help