A tool that every single one of you, who wish to try and figure things out on your own should have, is a digital volt/ohm meter. They are inexpensive, or some are at least, and its a must have for any electrical work. 2 minutes with one, and you would already know your fan motor was cooked. Now how much would that ability to figure that out be worth? Much more than the cost of the meter. This isn't an attack, or a slam, this is just common sense advice to everyone on this board. It makes life a lot easier to figure things out, and when you're asking for help, all any of us have to do is tell you to measure this or that, and give you an answer. Even our oil change guys have decent meters in the shop. If you don't have one, get one. If you don't know how to use it, ask!