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charge the battery and try again cold weather can do that but with a new battery its unlikly check the battery to see what degree its good tell and the cold start cranking amps if all thats good you probly have a draw some wear or a short it also could be the starter but first charge the battery like i said and try it again or have the battery tested
If the motor has'nt locked up then the chances are good you have a bad starter.places like auto-zone will test your starter for free if you take it to them.you will have to remove it from the car,or if you have a friend that knows how.Hope this helps and good luck.
No clicking mean no power to the solenoid to engage the contact for the starter. If starter is not turning, you will not have spark. It stalled when you drove since not power to turn on the Electronic Fuel injection so you don't have gas. Now you don't have electric to your starter, then I suggest that you have some one to check ECM before starting replacing Starter, Fuel Injection...
If you can turn the engine by hand, your starter has gone bad. Cables get hot because energy normally used to turn starter cannot and has to go somewhere! If you can't turn by hand, it's possible engine is seized.