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In most newer cars the starter fuse is a fusible link or in a fuse panel under the hood. Fusible links are often difficult to find because they look like a barely noticeable bump in the wire. The starter relay/solenoid is typically an assembly that is part of the starter motor.
Could be low battery. Did you hear a chattering sound when you tried to start it? Normal battery voltage fully charged is actually over 13 volts. Try to jump start it. If you don't get a response out of it, then check your fuses. Check engine bay fuses (under the hood) and interior fuses (inside the car-drivers side) Also could be starting relay. have a second person turn the key and you listen for a relay under the hood. If the IGN relay does not pull in, hten you either have a bad fuse, or bad relay or bad ignition keyswitch or bad transmission neutral position switch. if relay pulls in and then chatters, it does not have enough voltage to stay pulled in and attempt to run the starter motor at the same time, which is why it will make that fast clicky-clicky noise. if it does pull in and nothing happens then your starter is either bad or not connected electrically.
97 only had one fuse panel in the dash on the drivers side. There is/was a junction block for power that had/has fusible links on the driver side fender too. a) 20a pwraccy b) 30a pwrwdo 1) 20a stop/haz 2) 20a horn/dm 3) 20a tl/ctsy 4) 20a guages 5) 20a Eng-1 6) 25a htr/ac 7)25a pwr aux 8) 30a rr defog 9) 20a ecm/batt 10) 20a emc/ign 11) 20a radio 12) not used 13) 10a rdo/batt 14) 10a illum 15) 10a drl 16) 15a turn/back up 17) 25a wiper 18) 20a brake 19) 20a 4wd 20) 10a crank 21) 20a fog 22) 10a air bag 23) 10a trans 24) 10a prndl The A/C relay is in the glove box behind a panel that indicate relay. There are three relays in there, the middle relay is the fuel pump and one of the out side relay is for the A/C compressor and the other is for the third brake light. Just can not remember which out side relay is the A/C so just swap the out side relays with one another. Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted.