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I will sooner expect some bad connection or corrosion.
Take the battery terminals off and clean them until they are showing bright, shiny metal, both inside the battery terminals and the battery posts.
Then, check the end of the wires under the plastic insulation, look for corrosion under the cover.
Then, go to the starter & solenoid and check these.
Next time you try to start it and all these connections are sparkly clean, try tapping on the solenoid and/or the starter with a hammer whilst you try to start it.
If it starts, the problem in in the starter or solenoid.
God bless your efforts.
that little orange light is the check engine warning light.
that means there could be something significantly wrong
the light is turned on by the computer in the car, the computer was told by one or more of the electronic sensors that something is not correctly working.
Take you car in a service repair company or the dealer and have the "engine check light diagnosed" they will tell you afterward what could be not working correctly.