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1996 Geo Tracker w/factory A/C. Need to replace the condenser fan, but have not found any specifications on the amp draw or CFM needed. Have found several fans ranging between 500-1325 CFM up to 12.1 amps. Does anyone know what the stock Amp/CFM specs are? Has anyone replaced this fan, if so what did you use. Have been advised to use the highest CFM that will work, if I can stand the noise. Vehicle will be used in South Carolina, high temps and humidity. Thanks for your help. Les
First, a little background. I am not a mechanic, nor am I exceptionally knowledgeable about engine repair, and certainly not restoration or replacement. I have a moderate level of experience with automotive repairs and know my way around a toolbox. I have little limitation in finance and time. Now, for my question. Essentially, I'm just wondering how possible/practical it is to fully restore a somewhat older vehicle. And i don't mean an engine rebuild. I mean literally remove every piece and replace it with a new one. Every. Little. Piece. Regardless of price/time constraints, is it possible to do this? To literally have an old body/frame but entirely new vehicle? If so, what are some potential difficulties/issues that may be present? How much would a project like that generally cost? Any tips or recommendations you might have for me as far as brands and such go? Thanks all for taking your time to help me out! *Note: For some context/additional information, I'd like to complete this project on an old 1998 Jeep Cherokee Sport