Check your thermostat.
It may be jammed. Only costs a few bucks to replace it anyway, couldn't hurt.
06 Rubi with some sort of double ended, chrome knobbed, cross threaded, infinitely adjustable, frequently breakable, worn out flammywhammers zip tied onto it.
It used to be a jeep thing... til that sh!t broke!
Turn your hat on high run it cut the button if a 1 liter bottle off and tape it to your filet neck on the radiator and keep the bottle filed with the antifreeze mixture it should get rid of air pockets
great!!!!! i know how cold it really gets in there without heat, i have a soft top half doors with messed up zippers and no carpet, happend to me in single deget weather for a week......freaking cold..--lol
really happy ya got your heat back,,,, stay toasty
4inch suspension lift,3inch body lift,4.0 5 speed,8.8 with disc,s,16inch moto metal rims ,and some 35s..
with trail rash..and getting 25mpg,s
I've always found the best way to bleed systems after working on them is to jack up the front of the vehicle, run it up to temp with the rad cap off and keep topping the system off as you squeeze the hoses working bubbles through. Also vary the rpms, you will see the bubbles come through the radiator cap and the level drop a little. Jacking the vehicle makes the radiator cap the highest point in the system.
'69 GTO drop top, have had for 7 years and done a full restoration on it.
1995 YJ, moss green with the 2.5/ax5 combo. 124K miles