Muda —#types of Waste The#Deadly Wastes muda as defined by Taiicho Ohno Toyota executive, - Defects# Overproduction of things not demanded by actual
The types of waste we produce are liquid and solid waste. Other kinds of waste are hazardous or harmful waste, organic waste and recyclable waste.
You'll probably want to start a new post,
since this thread has been pushed halfway down the second page now.
But to clarify: the whirring sound you describe occurs when you are turning the key to START for as long as you have the key turned to that position, and stops when you release it? And swapping out the starter made no difference, right?
Remember that we in this forum can only throw out possibilities based on what you tell us, so be as clear as possible and remember that we aren't there to see it or hear it. Unless you wanna take a and post to YouTube. My (surprisingly) controversial suggestion was based on how I interpreted your post. Others disagreed and that's okay.
An easy way to see if my theory holds any water is to pop the hood and have someone look at the motor while you try to start the car. If while the starter is making noise the accessories and belt don't move, then your starter isn't engaging your flywheel. If stuff moves, then it is doing what it's supposed to.
A thought occurs. What you describe as a "whir" sound may be the sound of an engine turning without compression. In this case, the accessories would still turn with the starter, but the engine wouldn't make that distinctive "chugging" sound of an engine starting, and the engine would never run. There's a couple things that might cause this, but first... Have a helper physically watch the engine to see what it does when you're trying to start it.
Best thing: post a YouTube video.