Question about 1991 Jeep Wrangler
That clicking is the solenoid. They do that when they don't get enough power to engage the starter.
Check for low battery condition. If you have someone that can give you a Jump, do so. If it starts, that pretty much will prove it.
Then comes the question: Will it start next time?
Something may still be wrong. The battery may be bad, the Alternator or both.
Drive to an auto parts store or battery dealership and ask them if they could perform a 'Load Test' on your battery.
By the time you get there it should be recharged. If you have a voltmeter on the dash, you should check the voltage while its running. +13-14 volts is normal and rules out the alternator
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