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check the fuse & relay first. If both are good, may be a bad switch or the blower motor itself. to check relay (because you can't see it like a fuse) just swap it with another relay near it. (there should be 2-4 different relays with the same part number) Hope this helps.
The blower motor is changed from under the hood, remove the coolant overflow tank and cut the insulation from around the blower motor then remove the 5 clips from the blower motor and the disconnect the wires. Remove the blower motor.
LOCATION OF BLOWER MOTOR IS UNDERHOOD ON PASSENGER SIDE NEAR WINDSHIELD. RESISTOR IS LOCATED IN THIS GENERAL VICINITY ALSO. THE RESISTOR WILL STICK DOWN IN THE EVAPORATOR CASE AND HAS SEVERAL WIRES COMING OUT OF IT. THE CONNECTOR BODY IS BLACK OR GREY. HOPE THIS HELPED YOU!
here is how to find out if blower motor is bad, locate blower motor under hood at firewall passenger side. Remove wire from blower. Get a length of wire long enough to reach from battery to blower. strip both ends of wire about an inch. attach one end to positive side of battery touch other end to blower motor terminal. This will spark a bit when touched. If motor doesent run and you are sure both ends are connected replace the motor about 45 bucks at auto zone.