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You should have a Starter Relay which connects the power from the battery to the starter. Unless your battery is low, the starter is frozen, or an Antitheft device is active, the Relay must be bad.
Taking car to have the car in neutral if a manual trans or Park if an automatic trans, you can jump the power across the bad relay with a single battery cable jumper and crank the engine. If the engine turns over, you know the relay is bad.
If you want to change the starter motor, first disconnect the positive cable to the battery. Then under the intake manifold on the passenger side and between the engine and the firewall you should see the starter motor. It has a large cable that comes directly from the battery and a small wire that comes from the ignition. Disconnect both of them and then there should be two bolts that thread into the engine block, one on the top and the other one on the bottom. remove those and the started should be free. Replace in reverse.