The blower motor relay is under the relay center under the hood. You must take the relay center off. Which there is only two bolts holding it in. I had the same issue with finding it until i looked it up on youtube. If you have any further ?s for me my email is greedy5575 at yahoo.
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Moe, I think you hi blower relay is bad. With this I mean the contacts in the relay are welded shut and you should replace the relay if the blower is on high all the time. Do this by removing the black plastic cover right behind the engine and removing the relay all the way to the drivers side of the relay bank. you will have to insert a small screwdriver under the relay and bend the little tang that holds the relay in place. then slide the relay out towards you and remove the green lock tab and unplug the relay from the wiring harness. if the blower finally stops then just insert a new relay in its place and reassemble in the reverse order. Good luck.
I would replace the fan resistor they are usually located on the heater box under the glove box, these electrical components are exposed to a lot of condesation and temperature changes they go bad all the time.
the heater fan relay should be in the fuse panel. if not ck see if there is a regular fuse too. Who was messing with the car to do that? find the heater blower switch which should be by the radio... and sometimes it is easier to just take out the radio to get more room. check the wiring make sure nothing else is hooked to it . do the same for the blower which may be easy to get to under the pass side dash or thrught the glove box. but check the wires.