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My check engine light usually just be on due to leak of engine oil and power stering fluid now its flashing and shaking a bit more than normal what could be the problem?

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I have no idea what your issues are, or have been,or what type of vehicle you have,but check lights aren't related to power steering fluid levels, and while they may on some vehicles be set for an oil pressure issue and possibly low oil levels, I believe you have other issues.
Check lights are sensors out of range, and the codes they produce, don't usually tell you what is wrong, only a place for a person knowledgable of your vehicles systems,to start a troubleshooting process.
Any shaking is not, more than normal. It shouldn't happen at all.

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