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Remove the passenger side, lower dash cover under the glove compartment that conceals the blower motor. A 1/4-inch socket will be needed to remove the screws holding the cover. Locate the blower motor. The motor can be seen hanging down close to the passenger kick panel, disconnect the electric to the blower motor and then remove the screws that secure it to the ducting, drop blower down and out from under the dash. I would test the blower first with a 12 volt jumper cord from the battery made out of house lamp cord, it is not usually the problem but the blower speed control module that is next to it.
You will see a round plastic blower motor housing underneath the passenger dash approximately 6-7 inches round, plug the connector back into it and you should be good to go.Let me know if it works for you or if you need further assistance
it could be a loose wire or the fan has gone bad...the blower fan is under the hood on the passenger side held in by three screws and a plug...jiggle the wires under the dash and see if it comes on again if not look for another blower motor
sounds to me like the blower motor resistor, and if I'm not mistaken the resistor and the blower motor are located under the dash on the passengers side. the resistor should have a wiring connection and 2 screws attaching it to the blower case. The a/c and heater blower will not work if the resistor goes out. hope this helps you out a little. Best wishes.