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To be clear, is the engine cranking at all or just no cranking?
When there is nothing, is there still power to the car and it just stops making the clicking noise?Or are you losing all electrical power?
Is the wire on this plug very thick wire or a thin wire?
I can't be sure what they go to, best guess would be the ambient air temp sensor, but what I was looking for was that it's not the ground cable off the battery. It isn't.
I would make sure you can rotate the engine by hand. Put a socket on the crank pulley bolt and make sure the engine will rotate. If it will, then I would first check the whole positive cable from the battery to the starter and mke sure it's not swollen with corrosion. If it isn't, then I would replace the starter itself. Since you know the battery is good, and the starter is acting like this, there is a good possibility it's the problem. I just like to eliminate the battery cables as a possible cause.
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