When shifting into reverse gear a grinding sound is heard.
Possible Cause of Grinding Sound when Shifting into Reverse
The clutch is not disengaging
This kind of problem usually indicates that the clutch is not releasing fully. As you may already know when the driver changes gear the clutch is depressed so that the engine will disconnect from the transmission this is what the clutch do.
Car problem symptom: Car starts but black smoke comes out from exhaust during initial starting.
Troubleshooting car problems: When the car is equipped with fuel injection system it is controlled by electronic engine control. In this case the car has many sensors that monitor some of the engine factors and send the information to the car computer called the electronic engine control. The EEC will use the information to determine the exact amount of fuel needed to inject into the cylinder.
Symptoms of Car Problems: Vibration in steering wheel while driving at a certain speed.
Troubleshooting car problems: Vibration in steering wheel happens when there is an imbalanced front wheel or a loose front end parts. Usually an imbalance front wheels is more likely to happen than a loose front end parts, the wheel will become imbalance when the weight of the wheel is not distributed evenly throughout the wheel, it means that there is a heavy spots somewhere on the wheel making it to rotate unevenly that triggers vibration especially when a car reached a certain speed. This vibration may then be transmitted into the steering wheel through the steering linkage.