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its your starter and it went bad on you because there is a main cable that comes from the Negative battery terminal that goes to the cylinoed of the starter and pushes the starter into the engine block that starts the engine but to find out this that you have to get the hood up and have someone outside to hear if there is any clicking sound by the starter which shows it is engaging to start car. Check first the starter to see if it makes a clicking sound.
have you checked to see if the alternator is working? If it isn't the battery is being drained. You may have lights and all but the cranking power is drained therefore you don't have enough juice to start it. So check the alternator and if possible do an obd 2 scan at autozone or advance auto