Its under glove box on passenger side. inside the cab... look at the vent box near the firewall. it located on that box and part of it is in the vent. you'll see the wires going to it and its held on with 2 7/32 screws
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Sounds like your blower motor resister is bad,when going bad,it may not work or not work on all speeds,the motor will work or not,don't think it's motor.Resistor is located next to blower motor,2 screws hold it on,here's what it look's like and where blower motor is.Enlarge picture to see where resistor is.
The front blower motor is controlled by the blower resistor module.This is usually the problem with the front blower not working.I looked up the schecmatics and I don`t see separate fuses for the front and rear.But the fuse for the front blower is in the under hood fuse block.If this is good then The problem is probably the resistor module.It is next to the blower motor.The connector from the resistor connects to the blower motor.If you want to confirm this you can check for power and ground at the blower motor connector when you activating the blower switch on.This can be done with a test light.Make sure you have power going into the resistor module also.If you have power going in and no power at the blower motor then replace the resistor.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Good chance it's the resistor . Will be in circuit between switch and blower, usual locations are on ducting under dash on passenger side, or behind glove box. Locate wires coming from blower motor, and follow them back to resistor.
Start at the relay for the heater/ac making sure it is working. Remove relay and clean it off then replace making sure there is current through to the other side.Use a test light. from there you can go to the blower motor wiring.Under your dashboard. Look for the resistor which is a switch type gadget in between the battery current and the blower. Check to see if there is current passing through to the wiring before getting to the resistor.Replace if nessesary.