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It sounds like the starter is going out turns over once then stops and if you hold the ignition turned over it makes the starter grinds

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It could be the starter, It also could be the flywheel. Missing or worn teeth. It also could be that the starter bolts are working their way loose. letting the starter hang at an angle.
Grab the starter if you can and see if it loose. if it isn't then remove the starter and take ti to an auto store and have it checked. while the starter is out you can check the teeth on the flywheel. you can rotate the engine at the crankshaft pulley. it is also easier to rotate if you loosen the spark plugs.

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