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check fuses, it could be the relay, if it checks out ok, then the starter solonoid could be @ fault, FUSES FIRST, RELAY 2nd, STARTER/SOLONOID LAST, make sure battery & terminals ok, cleaned, tight, etc., battery must be fully charged ! you should have a relay box under hood.
you sure the battery is truly good right / ...then you may have a bad cable or simply corroded enough to cause this also there is a fuse at the negative open it and see if it is in fact god otherwise its either battery cables or possibly the starter itself possible even the key switch and you checked the crank fuses in the fuse box and all are good . try using a test light with the key on and see if any juice is at both ends of each fuse ...clean the cables and starter cable connections
CHECK FOR LOOSE IGNITION SWITCH BEHIND THE KEY YOU MAY HAVE TO REMOVE THE SCREWWS HOLDING THE STERRING COLUMN COVER ON, ALSO OTHER THINGS IT COULD BE WOULD BE YOUR NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH OR THE STARTER RELAY AND FINALLY THE STARTER? YOU WOULD NEED A TEST LIGHT TO DIAGNOSIS? ONE THING YOU COULD TYR IS REMOVING FUSE/RELAY COVER UNDER HOOD AND SWAPPING THE STARTER RELAY WITH A SIMILAR ONE IN THE BOX ? IF IT STARTS THEN THE RELAY IS BAD ? GOOD LUCK
check for power to the starter at the starter's connectors while you have someone turn the key. If there is power, change the starter. If not check your ignition switch, (manual trans)clutch pedal switch, and starter fuses/relays. Hopefully this helps