2011 elantra strange noise at the start

Strange noise when starting

Hi community,

following question, I'm assuming all of this for my car with only 30,000km

is okay, but

when the engine is cold, immediately after the ignition noise, almost during the actual "starting hum" of the engine, there is a strange,

short, bright noise maybe for a second. Then the engine falls into its quiet idle as always! If it's really warm, that's completely gone.

What is that supposed to be?

I suspected that some additional pump / heater / fan ... switched on

Who can give me an answer, hope everything is ok

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I could also imagine that it is the starter.

When you start, the starter motor is connected to its own engine.

If you let go of the ignition key, the starter will be disengaged again.

This disengagement is sometimes delayed so that the starter motor is then activated

is driven by the starting car engine.

Dadzrch gets the starter motor in atypically high speed ranges, what exactly

causing this noise.

When the starter finally disengages, the noise disappears again.

Hmm ... interesting.

but now I still don't know if this is normal?

Could someone please report who also has a V5 20v?

Hello? nobody there?

do I have to do something now? can I get rid of the noise or not?

with so few km the starter can't be defective, can it? above all, it always starts perfectly, even at -10 degrees

Quote:

Originally written by ks-kommando

New starter and everything is as it should, without this noise.

and that with so few km? does that have to be real? and what about the topic of starting the starter or greasing it? what does something like that cost compared to the new part?

To bring some light into the dark: The magnetic switch on the starter does not disengage properly or correctly. Therefore, the starter runs for a short time and makes this great noise. In the long run it can break the starter. As a rule, the starter is dismantled and everything is re-greased. If that is no longer useful, you need a new so-called "engagement magnetic switch". That was it ;)

maybe it could help if the rocker arm slips a little easier. In general something comes from A = Matterial or B = is just like that.

Quote:

Originally written by kamikaze schumi

To bring some light into the dark: The magnetic switch on the starter does not disengage properly or correctly. Therefore the starter runs for a short time and makes this great noise. In the long run it can break the starter. As a rule, the starter is dismantled and everything is re-greased; if that is no longer useful, you need a new so-called "engagement magnet switch". That was it ;)

I typed and you were faster;)

Thank you for your answers,

what would this greasing cost?

1. at vw

2. at an independent workshop

do they know exactly what to do there?

:-) can the atu do that?

another question: is the noise definitely gone afterwards?

About half an hour of work. If everything goes well, it's gone, nobody gives you a 100% guarantee. But before I buy a new starter or magnetic switch, I would first grease it.

thank you thank you that with atu was clear ...

I'm unfortunately not so clever, go to our free workshop