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If it's easy to access the motor and the connections to it,the best thing to do would be to see if there is a feed and an earth running to it using a mulimeter or test light.
If theres no feed or earth,then the problem is in the system somewhere,if there is then the motor is suspect.You can confirm this by running the motor directly off of a good battery.
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