You could quickly open the hood. Locate the fan motor in the firewall, usually on the passenger side. Disconnect probably a 2 or 3 wire plug going to it and run a alligator clipped wire from the positive battery to the plugs on the fan. Touch each plug with the hot wire from the battery and see if it comes on. If it doesn't, than it's burned out and needs replacing.
Check the 30 amp Blower fuse. If not that check the fan relay, if not that check the blower motor directly from a jump on the fan itself.
find the power wire at the fan if theres power to it then the fan is bad
You will only have high speed fan
The heater blower on a 97 Ford Escort station wagon is a small electric motor about 5 inches in diameter and it has a squirrel cage fan on the end of the motor shaft.
On my 1994 it is circuit #5 , 25amp
I have 1993 ford escort 1.9 , heater fan not working, new fan motor is good, checked fuses, they seem ok, is there a relay and where is it, Thanks for any help you can offer
Blown fuse, defective blower motor resistor pack, blower motor, or blower motor switch. This happened to me and I found a connector at the fan motor had fried. I changed the connector and it worked great.
Check your fuse boxes.
It's on the passenger side under the dash and right next to the kick panel on the inside of the vehicle.
The blower motor is on the passenger side of the vehicle. It is under the glove box at about foot level. Frequently the hot wire that goes to the fan gets hit by someones foot and it makes it short out. Check the hot wire going to the fan motor.
Only if it doesn't come out, with it on.
I tis in the fuse block under the dash on the drivers side. Replace the 30 amp fuse marked Blower.