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Our truck 2005 Ford Expedition makes a grinding noise when we turn the ignition key. we changed the starter but it still makes the noise of "when you turn the vehicle on again and its already running". You know that noise right, well that's what it sounds like. What do we need to fix?

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The metal drive plate for the torque converter ??? possibly

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