Dear customer, the blowe does not require any configuration/coding so you can be calm, your blower could have failed due to a defect or in the relay located in the fuse box in the engine compartment in the resistance of the blower or in the blower motor and its connections.
So what you should do dear customer is verify the aforementioned, proceed is as follows:
Examine the connections of the blower, to see if they are corroded or burned by the high temperatures to which it is subjected
Then dear customer, locate the relay located under the engine compartment in the fuse box, you will find a legend in the cover that will tell you exactly which relay is for the blower etc, a more practical way to corroborate whether or not is working is with the relays exchanging position to see if this causes the electric fan to activate.
Once the relay has been checked, we proceed to verify the resistance. The bad thing is that this resistance is not verified as such but is replaced. The good thing is that this resistance is quite cheap and is located close to the electric fan.
Dear customer, another test that you can do to disconnect the temperature bulb to verify that it is not a failure at the sensory level but in your case this is ruled out since you already made a computerized diagnosis and did not have error codes related to them.