Originally Posted by Gabriel Zapata
....went to start it up and it made a rapid clicking sound and the display flickered,
...jumped the bike....while it was idling it died again....
Tried to jump it again 3 days later so I could go get a new battery, jumped it ....and took off for auto zone, about two miles down the road I noticed the low fuel gauge was on....took the battery out and took it to auto zone, they said they'd charge it and see it it was dead, went back to pick it up and they said the battery was perfectly fine and it was dead when I came it but it was now charged.
Went back to my bike and put it in, tried to start it up and it cranked once and then the dash rest, tried to start it again and noting happened. When I try to start it it will make a single clicking sound from the battery area and the dash will reset....
I've edited your initial post a bit to highlight your symptoms. You've heard that "clicking" noise several times but were able to start the bike after jumping it (but not the last time when your battery was charged at Auto Zone). And when you did get it running, eventually the bike quit running after riding it a bit.
It sounds to me like your charging system is kaput which is allowing your battery to discharge to the point where it won't turn over the starter motor and causes all sorts of weird, paranormal stuff (low fuel light, flickering display, moans, bloody screams, etc.)
When the battery was at Auto Zone, I bet they merely charged it but did not do a load test. When a battery is dead, it can sometimes be revived (like a zombie) to the point where it shows it's fully charged but (again, like a zombie) it won't function right. When it's given a big request for voltage, like when trying to start a motorcycle, it goes all zombie and starts making clicking noises and tries to eat your brains.
If your new battery starts the bike, definitely get a look at what the voltage is doing while the bike is running. My money is still on the charging system/flywheel magnets.