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.. Hi there. This is a typical earth problem. Some of the lights use the same earth and when some of the earth points are not good, the power go through the other lights. That is why some lights go's faster, it's all about resistants. Check all the earth points in the light holders and under the dash and also between the battery, engine and body. Good luck.
You need to go to a shop with a code reader. The check engine light was telling you something and you need a code reader. Depending on which country you are in, if in the states autozone may have it for free.
Whatever initiated the light is now messing up the other parts of the car.
to the left of the steering collum connected to the under collum kick panel as you take the panel down it'll be connected to the cover, It's not a genaric flasher, it's square and looks like a relayCost about 6 bucks at the parts store. If the turn signals aren't flashing and they do come on, and may be they flash on one side and not the other then it's not the flashers fault. All the light bulbs have to work or it won't flash and thats how you know that thiers a bulb out. Turn on the four ways flashers (Hazard lights ) and walk arounf the car and see if thier all working and flashing brightly. They'll flash anyway on four way the switches are known to hang in hazard and not work right on turn signal so try switching ti a few times and maybe it'll straighten out. If it flashes at all the flasher is good and if they don't even light not on hazard or turn the flasher and or the fuse is bad.
If none of your turn signals are working, try pushing in the hazard flasher button on your car, to see if all four lights flash. If not, you need to first locate the fuse to the flasher circuit, and if it is good, locate the flasher unit. It is usually located near or plugged into the fuse panel.
If the fuses are good and the front and rear bulbs are good, change the flasher for the turn signals, even tho the right is working. If that doesn't fix the problem, it might be in the turn sgnal switch on the steering column.
If both bulbs are good for the backup lights and fuses are good, then the backup light switch, which is screwed into the side of the transmission has to bad.