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.
Removal & Installation
1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove soundproofing and side panels from both sides of center console at instrument panel. Remove radio. Remove control panel and center console.
2. Remove panel center vents. Disconnect electrical connectors from clock. Remove glove box. Remove ducts leading to panel center vents. Remove ducts leading to right defrost vent and right panel vent. Fold back floor carpet. Remove right rear floor air duct screw and move duct slightly to one side.
3. Remove right outer blower housing. Remove right blower fan wheel. If necessary, remove support under glove box to remove fan wheel. Remove blower switch and disconnect blower switch connector. Remove ducts leading to left defrost vent and left panel vent.
4. Fold back floor carpet. Remove left rear floor air duct screw and move duct slightly to one side. Remove left outer blower housing. Remove left blower fan wheel. Remove blower motor. To install, reverse removal procedure.
Sunday, October 4th, 2009 AT 8:31 PM