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Hello and good evening. We either have a faulty blower control module or a faulty blower motor. Let's start at the simplest thing. Select the fan and put it to the highest setting. Go to the blower motor and measure for 12volts on one wire and ground on the other. If you have both, the blower motor is bad, if you have no 12 volts or ground, let me know and I'll either confirm the blower control module, or I'll have you do more tests.
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If you go under the passenger side of the dash, you will find it. If you don't see it initially, you may have to remove the lower dash panel, but once that is out, you will see it. You will be able to access the plug easily, it will be a 2 wire plug.
Ok, give me them again, with the connector plugged in and using this diagram for reference.
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I'm stepping out for dinner. I will check back for your reply as soon as I return. I'm curious if that motor will run when you ground that brown wire. It should.
Fantastic, and by the way 50 is no longer old fart status, since I turned 40 and 50 is not that far away. Logic always prevails. I'm glad I could help. Let me know if you ever need anything and have a great night.