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Hi, is there a alarm or car starter wired to the vehicle?What happens when you try to start the car any noises?Have you tried to start in neutral?
Do you have a test light or voltmeter?If you have either we need to test for voltage at the starter,there is a black connector on back of starter solenoid that should have battery voltage while cranking
yes that would help but is not necessary, you can back probe the connector and prop it up so you can see it while cranking, the test light should light brightly indicating 12 volts
12 volts then starter is bad no volts then wiring back to ignition switch, starter relay or alarm is locking out,if you have no voltage I suggest disconnecting alarm this usually will cut power to starter rarely do we have wiring problems or relay faults especially since it started before you re[place d battery and clutch master cylinder,it's a possibility you could have knocked starter wire off when the clutch cylinder was replaced
Under the dash on the drivers side you should see a control module with a rats nest of wires going to it,disconnect these wires at the module first