Starter solenoid is not making contact to turn starter motor. Replace starter or solenoid(which is on the starter) !st try the battery posts. look and see if tight and clean... same thing happened to me i tightened it ,and the caddy started right up
With the flywheel spinning at about 1,000 RPM at idle, the starter, if engaged with the flywheel, would be forced to spin between 15,000 and 20,000 RPM. Once the engine has turned over and is running, the overrun clutch will release the starter from the flywheel and prevent the gears from re-meshing (as in an accidental turning of the ignition key) while the engine is running
that sounds like your starter motor isn't working, which would explain why there is no noise when you try to restart it
bad starter or bad connection to starter or bad ground on battery or starter
You would hear clunking noises from up front when braking and steering. Steering may become sloppy and drift left or right.
brakes are need to be replace
loose or bad u joints.
You probably need your bearings repacked
Have someone check your Engine mount
Possibly the sway bar bushings?
Yes, but only when you have the starter engaged
If it's a type of clunking noise, check your gearbox. If it's some kind of rattling, check your hubcaps.
i would take a good guess that when the starter is engaged through the sylenoid that it is sticking and when you go to shut it off it stays engaged
Worn out front sway bar links or bushings can do that.
Either the ign. switch is faulty, or the starter is faulty Or the starter solenoid is stuck closed, so the starter is constantly engaged and getting voltage from starter relay. If so you would need to replace the solenoid.