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Did you carefully clean out all the debris from the heater box? Did your new blower come with a new fan unit, or re-use the old one? Can you hear the motor run but not blow? These fans are fragile when old, and sometime break right where they attach, thus no blow. If not running, check for current at motor, then resistor, then fuse. Only thing left is the switch.
remove the plastic panel underneath the passenger side dashboard area. This panel contains built-in retaining clips and simply pops off by hand.
remove three 8mm holding the blower motors assembly into the dashboard HVAC unit, use a 1/4-inch ratchet and an 8 mm socket. Remove the blower motor's electrical connector and discard the old blower motor. Install the new blower motor in the HVAC cavity and replace the 8 mm mounting nuts. Reconnect the blower motor's electrical connector and replace the plastic panel. Turn on the ignition and test the blower motor on all of the fan speed settings
Either the blower motor relay is stuck closed and running all the time.Relay should be under the hood. Look in the owners manual for the location. Also does it shut off with key or continue to run, Most likely a stuck blower motor relay.
It is located under the right side off the dash. Remove the plastic kick panel and you will see it. The screws to remove the panel are just under the glove box. Once the panel is removed you will see the motor housing it has an electric plug with three wires.
the fuse is located in the fuse panel that is under the dash on the drivers side,some have a cover over them that will need removing to get access to the fuses.check the fuses with a test light(all fuses)you may have more than one fuse gone bad.there is no circuit breaker.also you may have a bad blower motor resister located in the air box near the blower motor itself.