If I googled your car correctly, it has hydraulic power steering and not electric power steering. Hydraulic power steering does not have electronic parts, and thus, there is no warning light for it.
Even for electric power steering systems, there is generally a separate power steering warning light. The reasons for this are many:
- More warning lights help to pinpoint the subsystem of the car that is malfunctioning before taking it to the mechanic
- Electric power steering malfunctioning is in general more dangerous than engine malfunctioning. If the engine is malfunctioning, the worst that could happen is that your car lacks power when you need it and perhaps need to stop. If the power steering is malfunctioning, the worst case scenario is that it turns violently to the left (assuming traffic on the right side of the road) and you end up in front of the oncoming traffic. Obviously, engineers do everything they can to prevent this scenario, but if the power steering is malfunctioning, it is easy to understand it's more dangerous than engine malfunctioning. So, the power steering warning light is red like the oil pressure light (meaning stop driving the car now!) and the engine warning light is yellow (meaning you can continue driving the car, but you should repair the car soon) like the tire pressure light on cars that have TPMS.
Because of the reasons, even in electric power steering systems there is a separate warning light, and power steering issues will not light up the check engine light.
The proper fix for your CEL is to read the codes using an OBD reader. Most likely, you'll find that the code is related to the engine and associated components, not to the power steering system.