Originally Posted by roadkills
when i measure the amps i just put the two ends of my amp meter into the plug and that is how i get .06mAh at the blower motor plug. it would have to have a good ground if i can read volts on it, right? and i measure that volts through the plug also.
Um, no. You can measure voltage between hot lead and ground, but to measure amperage of the circuit, you have to have your meter in-line with the device while it'* operating, so you can measure the amount of current flow in the circuit, to determine how much draw or load the device is exerting.
In other words, current needs to flow from the power lead into your amp meter, out the other side to the (operating) blower motor, and from there to ground. IMPORTANT NOTE: Your amp meter must be capable of measuring 15 amps DC or more. Many digital meters measure only milliamps (you might see "mA" on the scale), or thousandths of an amp, and can be fried by a high current flow. The .06mAh that you're seeing now is, I think, the current being consumed by your test meter itself, as it doesn't sound like you have the blower motor in the circuit through the meter.
Can you get your hands on another, known-good blower motor, even just for a day? That might help the diagnosis here.