a/c not blowing at all on 1999 Ford Taurus

I replaced my motor blower to see if that might be the issue and still doesnt even turn on. I have researched and am trying to see if it just might be one of my switches. Ive looked over my repair manual and i can not find the location or any information on how to check or remove to replace. should i check something else? dont know where to go from here.

by in Clute, TX on January 31, 2012
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1 answer 4 comments
ANSWER by , January 31, 2012
ck to see if you have power and ground at the blower itself with the switch on.
COMMENT by , January 31, 2012
could i do that with just a simple volt meter? so check the connectors also?
COMMENT by , January 31, 2012
Yes thats what globalhelper means. Check at the blower motor connector for 12 VDC on high speed. Yes use a volt meter.
COMMENT by , January 31, 2012
ok tyvm for the help as soon as it stops raining i'll definately give it a go.. thanks for all the help i greatly appreciate it. i am new to repairing cars but i really love to learn and im slowing getting into doing my own repairs. thanks a lot for everything .
COMMENT by , January 31, 2012
yes you can or a cheap test light