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blower motor location is in the heater box down by the passengers feet the fan relay in out under the hood in the power fuse box check this first
check to see if the blower motor turns you can do this by removing the three screws the motor and squiral cage will come out spin it if it moves freely putit back replace the switch assembly
Hello there the heater blower is located under the hood on the firewall on the passenger side you will see a round motor looking item there this is your motor and blower now if you have checked the fuses for this than make sure that the wires that this motor is connected to are all in good condition if so than yes replace the blower motor ok best regards michael
before you start you have to disconnect negative battery terminal. Remove glovebox.Remove harness connectors from ECM (electronic control module). To access blower motor resistor, remove ECM and disconnect blower resistor (remove screw and resistor mounted on heater case. To install reverse removal procedure.
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Yes, the speed control resistor is a possible culprit. There are other possibilities though. The motor itself might be wearing out. Bearings could be going bad and binding, or the motor itself could be. Usually when a speed control resistor goes, the particular speed setting that portion controls goes out completely, not just slows down. Most automotive blower motors have an independent resistor coil for each speed that you can select. If one of them goes, you lose that speed and keep the others. If you replace the resistor and continue to have a problem, you might want to remove the motor assembly completely and have it bench tested.
It is most likely the switch or the blower motor or the speed control resistor assy or solid state speed control, not sure which you have, check the blower first ( when it stops running) then the switch with a 12 volt test light to see if voltage is present. does this happen at all blower speeds??