Fonzie, I have not repaired the furnace yet. I did get the furnace pulled out. It was fairly straight forward. I have determined that the problem is the fan motor. I put 12 volts directly to the motor and the motor does not run. It looks like an open circuit in the motor windings. I'm not very happy about this since the furnace is only about 2 1/2 years old but these things happen. Other than the bad motor, the furnace looks in very good condition. No soot or rust and very clean. My plan is to examine the furnace closely to see what is involved in changing the motor. If I feel confident then I will change the motor out when I return home in a week or so. If not, I will take it in for repairs. The weather has been perfect in TN and AR so I haven't really needed the heat. I have a small electric heater that I can use if needed. I located a OEM replacement motor online for $87. I will try to post some pictures when I reinstall the furnace. Thanks for checking.
2016 CC Silverback 33IK
2011 Ford F-250 6.7 PSD