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That is a sign of the battery being low. Try to jump start it and let me know.
It also could be a bad cable, poor connection or bad ground. The starter is not getting enough current so it makes the clicking noise.
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I would try jumping, this will tell you if the cables are good to the starter.
Ok so you have a crank but no start, you need to check fuel pressure, injector pules, spark then finally compression. You need to see which one you do not have. You will need some test equipment to diagnose this.
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