As CharlieRB noted, it is most likely your starter. If your starter is gone, you should have the following symptoms:
- No turning motion or engine sounds at all (other than possibly some fans and/or pumps). NO MOTOR MOTION.
- All lights and gauge cluster lights working and lit when the key is in the "ON" position.
- All lights and gauge cluster lights off when key is pushed to "START" position.
- Repeated start attempts show little effect to battery charge.
One final test you can make (if you have a multimeter is to connect one lead to the hit on the starter, and connect the ground lead to a solid grounding point (you can use the battery negative terminal). (NOTE: If you are doing the test alone, then you need to position your multimeter so that you can read t from the driver's seat. If you have another to help you have them turn the key.) Make sure your multimeter is set to read VDC and try to start the motor and - take extra effort and ensure that the multimeter leads and/or any other wires are clear of any and all moving parts!!! If you motor starts for some reason, it'll shred your leads or other wires.
If you get a voltage reading, that means your starter is getting juice, and it's probably toast. If you're not getting any reading, then you've got another issue -* but that doesn't mean that nothing is wrong with your starter.*
Other than the above, the best way to confirm the starter as the issue is to replace it and see.