1st thing to check is that the main battery connections are tight and clean and if they are I'd consider replacing the battery if its more than 3 years old
I'd also check the condition of the high power start relay and fuse in the box under the bonnet
and they are also prone to flooding on a hot start
try starting with foot hard down on the accelerator when cranking and it will not fuel the engine and should clear out any excess fuel - although i think your issue is unrelated to this as you say is doesn't even crank ?
there's some high power fuses to check next in a separate box at the back of the engine bay see the diagram
I've also included the current flow diagram for the starter
do you still need help?
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