My Renault Clio 1.2L 2002 16v occasionally has issues with starting if I don't drive it for a while (usually prolonged periods). Typically its usually the battery and either jump starting or using a battery charger fixes the issue.
However I went to start my car yesterday, having last drove it last Friday and noticed that it would not start or even turn over. When turning on ignition, it appears that the battery light displays indicating an issue with the battery. Despite this warning light, the radio, lights and other electronics all work OK.
Given this warning light I have tried to both charge the battery, in case it low and I also have tried jump starting it multiple times off different cars, in the hope I could at least get it started.
However neither of these solutions fixed the issue and when I try to start the car nothing happens. There isn't really any sound (bar a quiet hum) and it doesn't turn over as said. I've know other common issues can relate to the start motor locking up and the spade connector from the ignition which I have had previously so have tried common fixes to these issues such as putting the car in gear 2 or 4 and rocking back and forth and also cleaning the metal prong.
I've also run a diagnostics tool for error codes in case there was an issue there, but found new issues either. I do have a p0500 speed sensor error but this was present before the the issue with no starting occurred. None of these helped in getting the car to start. I'm assuming its still probably an issue with the battery, even though the battery is relatively new so am hoping I wont have to purchase another new battery
So in light of this I am wondering what my next steps can be in identifying the issue and any other steps I could try in order to get it running?