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this is a NO CRANK issues, cars dont (A/T) dont start unless they crank.
try jumper start, off another car, (good cranking NOW means battery weak)
charge your cars battery>?
wiggle the shifter while cranking, does it starter wake up? bingo.
or shift to Neutral, (trick2) Does it crank now? BINGO 2.
it must be a sling of air routing valve came off. You have remove the lower panels inside the vehicle and look for shifting parts when the noise occurs. When you find it just put the sling back on the arm - should be ok.
Make sure that your terminal ends are clean where they contact the battery and make sure that the ground wire connection on the block is good. If the clicking noise is coming from the starter and the battery is fully charged and has been load tested, chances are that the starter solenoid has worn out (replace with starter). If you can turn the engine by hand it is not "locked up" If you can't, changing the starter is a waste of time as you have a far larger problem. Do what I said and you should find a solution to the problem. Good Luck!!!.
Aside from the part about the remote, I would first check to make sure the battery has a solid 12volts in it and that the terminal connections are clean. After this, then check to see if operation has been restored. Jumping across a battery with bad connection often prevents the vehicle from starting. Also try closing the doors and then locking and unlocking drivers door with the key itself. This should re-set the security system