Take the glove box door off, unplug the fan, remove bolts, it drops out of the housing. Pull gently, it may be stuck.
I've had my plug kicked off and I've taken out the fan to remove leaves that fell off the top of the cabin air filter when I pulled it out and thus made noises.
If not, it is located here. Its got pictures and is very informative. Let us know if you still have any issues after checking that out.
@ric36012 - I had the exact same thing happen on my previous vehicle. If hitting the fan housing worked to 'jump start' the fan and then it eventually stopped working I'm 99% sure the fan has finally died. I think the 'Electric Cooling Fan' you are referring to is the engine cooling fan (behind the radiatior) NOT the cabin fan. I'd check the fuse marked 'HTR' on the fuse panel under the dash. I believe it s a 40A.
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