This 2001 Saturn SL came in with a complaint of no blower operation. The easiest place to start is the blower motor. It is located below the passenger side of the dash.
I tested by back probing one of the blower motor wires with the tip of my test light and back probed the other wire with a pick attached to the test light clamp. I had the ignition switch on and the blower set to high. The blower did not work and the light lit up indicating a faulty blower motor. As is standard for this condition, I bumped the motor a couple of times with the heel of my hand and it started working. I checked, while it was working to confirm that all speeds worked and they did.
Time to change the blower motor. Pull the locking tab on the harness connector to disengage.
Pull the harness free of the motor.
There are three screws that have to be removed.
I took this one out before I disconnected the wiring, it seems.
The cover slides off of the old blower motor.
Then slides back onto the new motor, bolt the motor in place and reconnect the harness. This one is done.