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make sure the battery posts and terminals are shiny clean and the battery is fully charged , check there is battery voltage at the big starter terminal with the starter switch engaged, if voltage is ok starter at fault , no voltage solenoid or switch at fault.
If the light blinks and then goes out while starting the vehicle, you are fine. It is a self-check for diagnostics. If the light turns on and stays on, even when not moving, then you have a system fault and need to take it to a dealership (that is, if you could find one to fix it...) If the light goes on and then goes off while driving, and you are in a low-traction environment (like heavy rain, or snow, for example) then you are fine. The computer is just telling you it is doing its Torque-On-Demand thing. As a helpful hint, might be a good idea to read your owner's manual.
the wiper arm mount is keyed(*tab to slot style) and it may have broken. Remove the wiper arm and look for the grooves.. no groves then it has been stripped and broken. Some also have a nut on top of the mounting point as a retainer. Just basically check where the wiper is attached to the control assembly.
The check engine light illuminates to tell you a problem exists. It also triggers a trouble code. You need to get the vehicle's trouble codes read using an OBD-II code reader. Without that it's just guessing ;-) Post back when you get the codes or look them up at OBD-Codes.com.