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DO NOT DRIVE IT.....Driving it when the check engine is flashing may cause a simple problem to become a major problem if not fixed right away. Cruise control will always disable when the check engine light is on, when cleared, it will work again. Blinking light means serious malfunction, needs to be repaired right away. This can be many things, from simple multiple cylinder misfire, to something more serious.
Start by checking the fuses that's simple than relay than bulbs last you may have to remove the steering wheel and than replace the entire signal assembly those are pretty much all your options so start with 1 and work your way down the list
The back up lights are controlled by the neutral safety switch. That is usuall mounted to the top of the transmission. It also has the shift cable attached above it so that will have to come off. Also when you put the new switch in it will need to be adjusted to insure tha car starts in park and nuetral.