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What have you checked so far? You should check the fuses first and any related breakers or relays in the fuse box and under the hood box. Then check for power to the blower motor including grounds.If all this checks good,then you need a blower motor.
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Sounds like you have a major short somewhere in the car. It's possible that the blower motor shorted out causing this too.Try running separate power and ground to these components to see if they come on.
No, that would mean you have a wiring problem with power getting to the motor. You may even have a short in the wiring harness somewhere. Start checking any points that wear may occur on the harness like at door jambs etc.
Only what I just suggested, we need to find it and it can be anywhere. If the car was recently in an accident, that's where I would start looking.