Coby- Thank you for providing me the diagram. I checked the G203 ground out and the wiring looked good. There were no breaks, corrosion or loose wires. After much frustration, I finally found the cause of the fan blower motor not running. I figured it had to be in the wiring somewhere so I started taking wiring harness clips apart to see if there was a loose or broken wire in the clip. Well, behind the glove box was a wiring harness clipped together in which I was not able to separate no matter how hard I tried. While at the auto parts store, one guy told me that the wires probably melted together inside the clip which is why I probably can't get the clip apart. I cut the wiring close to the clip and used a wire fastener (connector) to secure the brown to brown and black to black wires, etc matching them up and securing them together and Viola.... the fan works. I broke open the clip and I could see where the wires were fried, hence not making a good connection. I was going to post a picture of the clip/ wiring but couldn't figure out how to do it. I do appreciate all the ideas and suggestion because they gave me a starting point especially when it was determined it was probably a ground wire since all the parts I replaced didn't resolve the problem. Thank you to all that replied. Jo’s mother :o)
Last edited by Hunter032812; 01-27-2018 at 07:31 PM.