What I mean is have you checked to see if the blower motor is getting power when it isn't working. There could be a short, loose connection to the motor, a bad or shorted resister.
I realize this may be confusing, but the blower motor is under the dash on the passanger side. It isn't real easy to get to. When the motor stops, I need you to check the electrical connector to see if there is power to it. You can use a test light or volt meter. If there is power and the motor refuses to run, it is most likely bad. If there is no power, then we need to check what is called a blower motor resister. It is easy to get to.
Let me know if this makes sense to you. It's hard to explain via the internet. If I was there I could show you in about 10 minutes.
Friday, September 11th, 2009 AT 9:50 PM