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there is a fuse but check the blower connector for power, if you have power at blower it may be a bad blower resistor, this is located near the blower bolted to heater box, this is what sends the ground to blower to complete the circuit and control the speeds.
There's a fan connector about where the passenger puts his toes. It seems to come loose. I've owned 6 escorts(91-98) and ALL have experienced this problem. Push Up on the connector with the engine on and fan on high. If its this connector , the fan should resume function. (I paid to have a pefectly good fan replaced the first time. It's good to get the old parts back at times).
No heat or no air volume? No heat may mean no coolant! check it now! Your 4.2 wont stand for being overheated. No volume, check the fuse, if ok then turn on you fan and check for voltage at the electrical connector at the blower motor (under the glovebox). If you dont have a test light, tap the blower motor . If that kicks it to life you need a blower motor.