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the blower motor is under the passenger side of the dash. Once you locate it (you will need to remove the trim pannel under the dash) turn on the heater and turn the blower to high speed, then wack the bottom of the blower motor with a screwdriver handle or tap with a hammer. If it starts to work replace it.
You can also grab the connector and twist/pull. If the blower starts to work but you can hear is slow or stop by twisting/pulling the connector than replace the blower motor.
The blower control module is located under the hood along the firewall.It is about a foot from the blower motor.(more towards the passenger side) It is harder to see as the relay center is directly above it.
Try cleaning your grounds under the hood: under Ignition Module bracket, rf fender behind battery and lf fender in front of windshield washer fluid bottle. I had similar problem and this fixed it.....grounds are very important for computer. I used a carbon conductive grease on the connections to keep them from oxidizing. Hope this helps you out.
It sounds like you have a vacuum leak or intake gaskets leaking. Try this. Start the engine and let it reach the idle it want to go to. Get you a can of Brake Clean and spray it around the intake manifold (it on the top center of the engine, you may have to removed a plastic cover) If the engine idle changes up or down then the intake gaskets are leaking hence your vacuum leak. I hope this will help you.