You need the correct part for the year and series of the vehicle which should be a simple search on a site like pelican or FCP Euro. I can't really discern what you mean about they rebuilt the first starter. If the car is consuming starters perhaps there's something deeper to investigate. However, if it's happening because you are applying the wrong parts or looking for the cheapest solution with rebuilt parts then it is likely your approach that needs revision. It might also help you to read the codes and see what was thrown if any. PS Click no crank can be the battery getting weak or the starter drive.