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The heater fan motor, unfortunately, is a common component to fail to need to be replaced.I would have the wiring signals tested to the motor to make sure this is the cause here first before having it replaced.Then from there, you can check around with other repair facilities to see what they would charge to replace it to see if you can find it cheaper or try and find a used or after market fan motor to make it cheaper for the mechanic to replace.
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My info isn't showing the exact location of this motor.Usually, on most models, it is located under the dash on the passenger side.It would have a round shaped motor to it and some screws holding it to the heater box usually at the bottom of the heater box and a two or three wire connector plugged into it.In most cases, it is the underside of the dash on the passenger side.
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