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I do not know where the blower motor for the air conditioning is located and do not have a scematic. where on earth is the blow motor and do you replace it

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Hi Cherie, It's Dan again,
The motor itself is on the underside of the HVAC unit under the dash. To get to the motor you would find it easier to remove the lower edge of the dash on the right side. It has four fasteners, all facing up: two screws on the front side (facing the passenger seat) and two sheet metal nuts on the backside (firewall). You will find a two wire connector on the motor that plugs into a fixture nearby in the housing called the blower motor resistor block. If you unplug that and jump 12v to the plug pins you can check that it is or is not working before going any further.If it is, then the resistor block may be bad, but when that fails the fan will still run but only on high speed most owners report. But I would remove the block and inspect it to be sure if you don't get any action from the blower and the blower itself will run when jumped.
The fix is to replace the blower transistor(blower power module-MOD/dealer call it)because it is shorted

Hope this helps :)

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Fig. Fig. 1: Blower motor housing cover



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Fig. Fig. 2: Blower motor and wheel assembly



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Fig. Fig. 3: Remove the spring-type retaining clip to separate the wheel from the blower motor

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Fig. Fig. 4: To gain access to the blower motor, unplug the electrical connectors from the glove box lamp, ...



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Fig. Fig. 5: ... then remove the glove box assembly from the dash panel

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