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Was there any issue prior with the starter? Also, the click you hear usually indicates a weak connection or a bad starter. However, if the starter wasn't an issue prior, then I would confirm that the terminals are clean and tight and make sure the grounds to the engine and the body are clean.
If they appear good, then we need to confirm the starter is working properly. You will need a helper to check this. Basically, on the starter there are two connections. One will have a larger wire direct from the battery. The other is much smaller and goes to the S terminal on the starter. What you need to do is check if there is power to the smaller wire when the key is in the start position. Here is a link that explains how to do this:
Here are a few links you may find helpful when testing the starter:
Next, see if you can determine where the click that is heard is coming from. Is it the starter, the relay box under the hood, and so on. Also, check fuses in the under hood fuse box.
Do this and let me know what you find.
Sunday, September 8th, 2019 AT 8:09 PM