Q: My car makes a grinding noise when shifting to reverse

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I have a 2007 Honda Accord V6 - 3.0L and Everytime I try switch my car from Parked or Drive into Reverse it makes this loud grinding noise so I have to try a few times before my car actually goes into Reverse.. What do you think it is ?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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