Since it is past warranty, have your local trusted mechanic come along for a drive with you driving and see what he comes up with since a description alone does not narrow it down enough. I do, however think it is most likely clutch area related..could be a warped component or unlikely but possible, a damaged or loose throwout bearing or fork. Key/ shutdown issue is most likely electric or way to much stuff on your key chain...Just my best guesses on that as only a visual can confirm...
Thank you so much for your help. I have an appointment tomorrow at my dealership to look at it. The last 2 mornings it hasn't done it though. It's very weird. The last 2 mornings have been a little warmer than the 2 mornings where the lights came on. That's the only difference I can think of.
I bought my 2013 Chevy spark used. After having the car for less than a month I had to have the front right wheel bearing replaced. I had the dealer I bought it from pay for it to be done at a Chevy dealer since his "trusted mechanic"
said the bearings were fine even though they obviously weren't.
Anyway here I am a year later and I'm having the same issue I did before, loud metal rotational sound worse when I turn the wheel to the left.
The vehicle is still under warranty, but I'm wondering if Chevy has any kind of warranty on the work they do? It's kinda crazy that they are bad AGAIN...
What I do in my '14 LS manual is when starting out I first clutch in, 1st gear and slowly release the clutch until it bites and slowly give it gas while holding the clutch for a second and then slowly giving more gas while releasing the clutch. Now for 2nd gear, yes it can be tricky not to rock or jolt the car while shifting into 2nd, I found to actually speed shift into 2nd Ha! It works surprisingly.