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The inertia switch may be tripped as posted above.
Given the history of the vehicle I would try barring the engine over by hand before diagnosing any starter concerns. It may be hydrolocked or even siezed up.
Also the starter exciter wire comes up to a connector near the right front fender in the engine bay. Applying power to this will spin the engine without any interference from the PCM.
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