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About the only thing you didn't mention was the starter itself. You could have it tested. But before that, try to see if you have power on the small wire to starter solenoid on the starter, when key is held in cranking position. Pull the small wire off and check for power with a multimeter or a testlight while someone holds the key in crank. This is the signal wire from ignition switch that closes the elec. contacts inside solenoid so the starter gets full power from the battery to spin. (This wire also is in the circuit with the clutch switch and the starter relay.) If you have power on this wire in crank, it is very likely the starter is bad. If there is no power, check that circuit out. It is losing power somewhere from switch to starter solenoid. Good luck.
The big wire on the starter is constant power, The little wire goes from the ignition switch to the starter (switch wire). I would sugest the ignition switch is cactus (not the barel just the switch) either that or someone has patched a power circut into the switch wire. Such as instaling stereo or something. But I would think the switch is the problem
Check the starter relay for operation. It should be in the engine compartment fuse box. If the relay is good, you can make a jumper wire and connect directly from the battery positive terminal to the starter solenoid terminal--the single small wire going to the starter. If you get cranking, the starter soleniod is good and the problem is in the circuitry that includes the ignition switch and starter relay. If the solenoid still doesn't click, it's bad.
This could most certainly be cause be split/cracked tumblers within the switch or by another part of the key cylinder. It could be as easy as a fix as getting a new key cut by code. On your model car you should find a sticker within the glovebox or stamped on the glove box lock. Bring the code or complete lock to your nearest locksmith shop and I'm sure they can help.
I would suggest looking at the little things. Check your fuel filter, and clean your spark plugs. No Guarantee that this will work, but this is much cheaper than replacing something expensive that you don't need.
does it turn over every time when you say doesn't start need a better description ,check battery ,battery cables,battery terminals if it does crank and just doesn't start check ignition switch ,main relay or ignition ignitor