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It is not the flasher if the hazards work, it is 1 flasher for both turn signals and the hazard lamps. It is in a relay block ( along with the blower motor relay ) under the dash, about in line with the steering wheel column ).
Try tilting the steering wheel all the way up, and test again.
The other quick test is to cycle the hazard switch a few times, to see if it cleans the contacts for the turn signal on the MFS,
Check turn signal fuse, if fuse is good, check turn signal flasher, this is identical to hazard flasher, I believe on the 1997 it is located under the dash near the center console. The turn signal and hazard flashers are the same part number so try switching places with them and see if the turn signals work. If turn signals work after switching them you need a flasher.
First, let me say that the wooden boxes are a mistery. Have not got a clue.
As for the brake lights. If the lights work with the headlights on and the directional signals work, then look for the switch not working. It is usually located directly over the brake pedal, but farther up inside the dash.
Sometimes the directional signal can cause the same thing. The brake light system runs throught the directional signal system. This is how you can have on light flashing while the other is solid red, when braking with the signal on.