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No crank means that the solenoid post on the starter is not getting 12 volts when the key is turned to "start", all of the systems before that are just there to limit when the starter can be activated.

So the usual first step in troubleshooting a no crank is to see if positive battery cable to the starter is clean and tight & that solenoid terminal is getting 12v when the key is turned to "start", if it is you know your starter is bad and if it doesn't you know that the starter cannot yet be blamed for the no crank.

You have thrown a bunch of parts at it but you still need to do that first step, your new starter may have been needed or maybe not but until you verify the voltage and connections you can't start narrowing down the trouble spot.
 
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