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This is the blower behind the dash or behind the glove box , be sure to check the fuses if fuses are ok then the motor for the blower is damaged and needs replaced, the blower moter is attached to the fan. If you replace the blower motor you will need to get its location via vehicle specific. Do this on the web.
it could be the wire behind the fuse panel itself or the plug that plugs into the fan check these with a 12 volt tester and you should be able to find the problem also check the fuses under the hood and if you have an owners manual check in there and see if any are listed and where they are located
chances are the motor or your heater went out try kicking the housing or tapping on the motor and listen if it makes any nois or even starts going make sure you have the fan turned on when you try this also to make sure your switch is good disconect the wires at the moter turn on the heater and see if you have voltage you can use a test light or a multimeter on dc
If fuses are good then you need to unplug the blower motor connector and check to see if you have power going to it. From the previous noises you were hearing it sounds like the blower motor has failed.