It might not be a blower motor. There was a card that would over heat and blow out the resistor. This card was located on the passenger side behind the radio area. It takes some awkward positioning to remove but nothing drastic. There was a bulletin but I cant remember if the card or both the card and blower motor was replaced to prevent blower motor damaging another card. There might be a fused blown too. I don't remember cost on the parts though as most were under warrantly.Since they are bothe electrical my guess would be around 70 for each from the dealer. Hopefully this helps
As calaway sited cuircit card must be replaced as wellas the blower motor. Very easy fixes. blower motor is below the cabin air filter at the center of the firewall under the hood. Simple plug in to replace. The circuit card is as callaway said Harder to get to. Approach from the passenger foot well. First remove the glovebox, and support the computer, then the airflow tube under the dash it has 2 wries/plug to it it is a green cicuit card about 2.5 in. x 3.5 inches located below and behind yhe radio. It is easy to fix but hard to get to if you are a big guy. A skinny smaller stature person will fit better.