Most the time, it's not the fan, could be a melted harness connector on the switch, could be the relay, the only way to know for sure is to remove your battery and take the computer off the firewall so you can access the motor (three bolts) they're 5/16 if they're the same as the 99, as are the bolts holding the computer on the firewall. Pull the connector with the rubber surround, (might take some elbow grease).
When you get the motor out and the connector off use a bettery tender set to 12-volt, and touch the leads to the the motor contacts, (doesn't matter which to which, it will either run the motor forward or backward.) but if it doesn't spin the wheel, it's your motor. If it does, make sure the wires to your switch are reading right on a meter, there should be 12 volts and some change to all but one wire, that wire with no charge, is your ground, it should be green, maybe with a light green, it and another wire will be a little bigger than all the rest. Once you locate this wire, change your meter over to continuity, and check that green wire to a known ground, the bolts holding the fusebox to the body, behind the glovebox should suffice. If your meter rings out, your good, if not, you need to run a new ground for your switch, just use similar gauge wire, and run to the bolts hold that fusebox on (a crimping tool with some connectors will help) then splice into that green wire coming off the switch. That should solve your troubles. I just did this job about two days ago.