you get the BRAKE
Did you check the ECU fuse? Terminals tied town tight? Loose starting/charging system wires? Bad plug wires? Make sure your timing is correct.... Going out on a whim here... maybe your ignition switch is faulty?
Ignitor in the distributor, would be my first thought if its not firing. I had a car a month ago, the owner had siminlar problems, they replaced the main relay and thought they had fixed it. It started because the car had sat. as soon as it ran for a bit it cut off again. We replaced the distributor and no problems since. A main relay pronlem will in most cases prevent the car from starting. This happens when they get old and the solder joints inside them crack and break the connections going through them.
The clicking sound you hear is your starter. Just because it is working doesn't mean it is working at the proper rate for it to turn the engine over. If it is a fuel issue, try spraying 2+2 into the throttle body when the engine is off. Move the butteryfly on the throttlebody open and closed while spraying a good amount in. Than put your intake pipe/tubing back on and try starting it again. IF it starts and then shuts down shortly after it is a fuel issue. Other than that it would have to be brought to a shop and be diagnosed as a no-start.i tried just starting it just to see it must not be the alternator
it makes that ah ah ah ah ah type sound when you try to start it not the tic sound when the battery is dead