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The fuse will be marked "htr A/C".It might be on the very top row of 2 fuses or it might be in the center next to "B/U horn". There is also a resistor on the heaterbox beside the heater motor that goes bad quite often. It could also be a worn out fan switch inside the car. I would replace the resisitor first.
You have two other components that control the blower, the control switch and the blower resistor block. The switch is the knob you turn to select the speed and will cause you loose power to the next component that is the resistor block. This part is usually next to the blower motor because it needs to be cooled by the fan and it is responsible for the different fan speeds. Either component can cause a total loss of the blower fan. Go to a online parts lookup like autozone.com and it will show you a picture of the parts so you can identify them.
i think you can either take the old one off and swop it over but the one from a auto factor comes with it on ,depends where you get it and who the supplier was to teh auto factor but its not difficult to get off
Generally the blower motor is located under the glove compartment. If this is the case you have to take the unscrew the nuts that connects to the blower assembly. Once you have done this. Remove the old blower and replace with the new one.
it sounds like it may be two things....wiring is bad running to the motor in the door,, or it is the motor its self is bad... try the wires first and if they do not work..then you need a new window motor
if you haven't got your blower fan fixed yet, im sure it to be the same as mine, the blower motor relay which is out on the firewall under the big fuse block. take plastic cover off over the fuses and move the fuse block out of the way and you will see it staight under that. should be two screws holding it on.
The blower motor is located under the hood on the passengers side next to the hood hinge on the firewall. But, check your blower motor resistor first. The resistor is usually the trouble maker. It is located next to the blower motor. It should have 2 screws holding it onto the heater housing. Also an electrical connector. I sincerely hope that this will get it working again. Best wishes to ya.
The blower is mounted under the hood beneath the cowl panel. There is a blower regulator that could have gone bad or it is indeed a bad motor. Also have you checked your fuses? This post is old. Has the problem been fixed? If so I am sorry no one took the time to help you here. If you still have a problem I' be glad to assist you any way I can. Just let me know.