you have lost a main power or fusable link at the starter or near the battery Ford does not send power from the starter. First determine if the car has an accessory fuse (sometimes called power distributon box) under the hood. To find it follow the big red wires from the + battery terminal. Power can also be sent from the battery side of the solenoid. The fire plug looking thing about 2 inches tall with 3 or 4 posts (2 small and 2 large) wires on it. If you haev ANY power in the car, consider a blown ignition switch or bad switch rod in the steering column. As with any problem, start at the begining, and trace the rroute of the wires to find the fault. START at the battery and work to the box. RELENTLESS
probablly a bad ignition switch or blower motor not sure on that should run without power
Check to see if you are getting power and ground to the blower motor - if so blower motor is bad. If no power possibly fan switch or selector switch Also check the blower motor resistor, found in heater plenum.
The ignition switch is bad. Replace it.
it sounds like your ignition switch, i ran into a similar problem, your power goes through your ignition switch for your blower motor.
Check fuses Could be a defective ignition switch
If there is current going through the wire to the blower switch, try bypassing the switch with a jumper wire. If the blower motor works, then replace the switch. If the blower motor does not come on, then you probably need to replace the blower motor.
The blower is controlled by the blower switch, blower resistor, and relevant power relay.
Check for melted wires at the ignition switch. The blower motors go bad, draw too many amps, and melt the ignition switch and wiring.
Assuming you have no speeds including HI I would check for power at the connection at the blower motor with ignition and switches on. If you have power the motor is shot. If you have no power go back and check the fuses. If the fuses are good check the switch and electrial plug at the switch for damage. If the blower motor speed resistor was burned out you would still have HI speed.
Check the fuse
In order to replace the ignition switch in a 1997 Honda CR-V, you must first unplug the ignition switch power source. Unscrew the cover panel, remove the bolts holding the switch, and pull the switch out of the column. Replace the old ignition switch with the new ignition switch, return the bolts and screws, and reconnect the power source.
First guess would be a bad ignition switch.