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We may have a problem with the starter motor or possibly a power/ground connection to the starter/engine. We can try jumping the starter motor relay socket which is in the battery junction box. It should be labeled SM. The relay pins should be numbered. Then go to the corresponding pins on the relay socket and jump pins 3 and 5 to see if the starter motor engages.
That is a possibility. We can try to turn the engine by hand and check the oil level and condition. It does sound more like a starter issue.
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