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Jeep won't start

Guages all go bizerk, small clicking noise from engine. Battery is fully charged.. I have continuity in the relay, or at least it shows that there is continuity.. Starter fuse is not blown.. Is it my starter?

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Sounds more like a really bad battry hav it checked proffesionally

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