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Hi, my name is ***** ***** I will assist you. My first inclination is that you have a faulty starter...but it would be wise to verify that you are getting a signal to the starter. There should be 2 wires attached to the starter, one is large and bolted on with a nut and the other is plugged in. To test, you will simply unplug this small wire and using a test light watch to see if voltage is sent to it when someone turns the key to the start position. If you do not have signal, then there is another issue, presumably between the relay and the starter if the relay is clicking. If you do have a signal, then you have a bad starter.
Not a problem, let me know what you come up with. I will mention that I have seen starters go out even sooner than that, It would certainly be worth a check.