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Clean both post and terminals by removing the terminals. the clicking sound, sound like not having a good ground or contact knowing the battery is good. I would also try to eliminate the battery and bad ground and starter, To see if your starter is good, go ahead and have someone jump your car by attaching the cable as Positive directly to your car Positive post and the Negative to your car good ground contact. do not hook it up to your car negative post. If the car start, than your starter is fine. If it doesn't start than you have a bad ground or weak battery. Replace battery or clean ground. If it does not turn your engine over than you have a bad starter. hope that help some.
If you disconnect the ground terminal of the battery can you see any sparks if you touch cable to the - terminal?
If you can, go to the fuse panel by the drivers left knee and remove the fuses one at a time. Each time you remove a fuse touch the battery cable to the - terminal and see if you have a spark. Doing this will enable you to find the circuit that is drawing the current from the battery.
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This is a difficult camera to replace the lens on just FYI. After removing the case. remove the LCD and the side that contains the Flash compasitor. WATCH OUT FOR THAT COMPASITOR. it packs a 330 volt bite. I can put it in for you sience you already have the lens it would only cost you about 40.00 labor if you want if not you might find a service manual on ebay. for my contact info goto www.digitalcamrepair.com .