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Typically you will find the blower motor on any vehicle in one of two places. Look on the passenger side fire wall. If it is not there then it is most likely one the inside under the glove box on the passenger side. Be aware that blower motors can be difficult to change depending on their location and what else must be removed to get to them.
first locate approx area of leak, wet spot, smell. fuel lines run from top of tank in rear of vehicle to the front usually alomg the inside frame rail on drivers side and up into engine compartment (under the hood) to the back of the motor. it runs into fuel rail assy where the injectors are passing through a fuel regulator first. fuel line will have a valve similar to that on a bicycle or car tire and should have a tag on it, sometimes its on the fuel rail. trace the fuel line tu the fuel tank or from the tank to engine compartment while its running, in park with emergency/parking brake on to accurately locate leak but be careful for fuel that may be spraying. i recomend safety glasses and a flashlight. most common leaks are due to worn/bad seals in the "quick connect" connections or a crack it the line itself.
No diagram needed, replace the blower motor resistor and your problems are solved, this is located near the blower motor. this is under the pass/side of dash easy to get to, heres a diagram to help you, hope this helps.
I just had this problem on my 98 tracer. Turned out to be the resistor for the blower motor. It was located under the passenger side dash next to the motor. Three screws held mine in. Simple plug and play. Check a manual in Autozone or Pep Boys for your model and it will show you where it is. $15 fix and 5 minutes. Any Ford dealer will have the part.