As Marvin says, if you're frying speed controllers, don't mess around. Just replace the fan.
The evaporator housing drain is located in the middle bottom of the evaporator housing. There's the usual little rubber drain tube which gets clogged with debris. In my Mom's car I just pulled this tube out of the evaporator housing and left it off.
To remove it you have to lift the evaporator housing and reach underneath to grab it. If you're already pulling the blower you'll be doing this as part of the repair. It's tight and there isn't a lot of movement. Don't force it TOO hard as there are AC lines and fittings you don't want to strain. But you'll have to apply some force to move the housing. You'll figure it out.
I think the purpose of the rubber piece is for anti-critter protection. But it doesn't seem we've had any problems with it gone.
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