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check battery connections, if they are good check the power supply from the battery to starter motor (thick cable), if this is good have someone crank it while you check the signal wire to the starter motor(thin wire), if this is good replace the starter motor. u could tap the starter motor with a hammer if accessible while someone is cranking it, sometimes this will get the starter going again but will still need replacing
sound like dead battery.have vechicle jump start if vechicle cranks problem could be weak battery and corroded battery cables and battery terminals or post.if battery dead have it recharged load tested if battery over 4 or 5 years old battery need replacing make sure have alternator out put test.could be reason battery goes dead either battery very old or alternator not keeping battery charged. if battery good.clicking noise could be faulty starter solenoid either relay. or starter could be bad.
is the battery fully charged? will it jump start/ if the battery is good and it wont jump start. It sounds like a bad starter, sometimes on a GM auto you can tap the starter housing with a hammer and get it to start if this works you will need to get a new starter. Note tap the starter dont beat on it.
Check the Starter Solenoid mounted near the battery.Check it out in the dark...have someone try to start it and see if it sparks at the solenoid.connections may be loose.Also check/wiggle wiring harness to starter.