Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
The clicking sound could be the sound of the silenoid trying to activate a bad starter. See the bendix moves in and out pushing the gear into the flywheel. The starter itself turns the flywheel. So they are a working combo. You sound like you may need a new starter. Here is a tip. Buy original equiptment or get the same one rebuilt buy a shop. Many alternator and starter shops (even tractor repair shop) can handle this type of work in less than a day.
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