Your blower motor sounds like it is bad. Once you have access to it you can disconnect the connector and put 12v to it and it should work...if not then replace.
Sometimes it may turn but not strong.....it is also best to check out of the vehicle.
1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove cross-tower brace. Unplug 4 ignition control module electrical connectors. Position cross car harness aside. Unplug No. 5 and 7 spark plug wires. Position spark plug harness aside. Unplug solenoid purge valve electrical and vacuum connectors.
2. Remove solenoid purge valve. Remove 3 screws and inertia plate from blower motor. Reinstall 2 screws with washers to prevent motor and housing from separating during removal. Unplug wiring connector from blower motor. Remove 5 blower motor mounting screws. Rotate blower motor until flat side is down. See Fig. 56 . Remove blower motor.
1. Remove inertia plate from new blower motor. Reinstall 2 screws with washers to prevent motor and housing from separating during installation. Insert blower motor with flat side down. Rotate blower motor clockwise until flat side is at 11 o'clock position. See Fig. 56 .
2. Install inertia plate and screws. Install blower motor screws and tighten to 7 INCH lbs. (1 N.m). To complete installation, reverse removal procedures.
Sunday, October 4th, 2009 AT 8:36 PM