Do it yourself, change the blower motor on your Honda Accord, the model made between the years 1998 and 2002. You will need an 8 mm socket wrench, with a ratchet and extension, for this repair. The whole process won’t take you more than half an hour.
You can access the blower motor from the front door, on the passenger’s side, because it is located underneath the glove box. Reaching in there might be a little difficult, but once you do it, you should work to unplug two electrical harnesses that power the motor and its resistor. So use your thumb or a screwdriver and disconnect the wires seen in the picture below.
After you do it, you should remove the three screws that secure the blower motor. You can do that with an 8 mm socket, but the screws have also provisions for Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers (see image below).
The blower motor can be pulled out at this point and you should be able to install the replacement. Just make sure you secure the new motor with the three screws and reconnect the harnesses that allow it to function properly. This is all you have to do, if you wish to replace by yourself the blower motor on Honda Accord, the car produced between the years 1998 and 2003.