Originally Posted by roadkills
if i just plug up the motor and not put the motor into the hole just have it sitting on top of the sway bar it will not work no mater how i have it angled..
Actually that'* your fender cross-brace; the anti-sway bar is underneath.
Let me clarify this: You've got a hot wire from somewhere connected to the motor terminal; you have a ground wire from the motor'* mounting plate (or ground terminal) going to a good ground on the body someplace, and the motor won't turn at all? I guess it'* toast.
One thing you might try, since you have it out now anyway: Get yourself a spray can of brake cleaner and blast the motor armature and brush assemblies as thoroughly as possible through the access/cooling hole(*) in the side. You should be able to get them a little shinier and cleaner. Let dry (or blow out with air), dribble a few drops of light oil on the motor bearings at both ends (the blind cap end, if you can reach in there, and the area where the motor shaft emerges from the front plate), then try it again. I have to give this treatment to the blower on our '96 Trans Sport about every 2 years or so, but it'* a quick fix.