Im absoloutly freezing in my 93, with the heater on full blast. The girlfriend REALLY DISSLIKES being so cold. So, to solve this problem, I would like to invest in some nice seat heaters! Especially since the 93 takes FOREVER to heat up! I have a new top on the way to reduce the cold air seeping in (thats my excuse ).
It warms up, just not enough. Hands are still freezing, and she needs blankets like no tomorrow. So it is not operating at 100% capacity. To be honest, I don't even know where to start with that one, the air blows out strongly. So I know it's not that simple fix.
1992 YJ, 2.5L, 33" Tires, 2.5" Body Lift, Stock Springs, AX-15 Trans, Stock Transfercase, Stock Axles.
^^ I second that. Do some research on the heater core and replacement. If I were you I would try that and maybe still get the seat heater (the waterproof one). Because a happy girlfriend is always great
"No matter what anyone says, it's YOUR Jeep, do what YOU want"
I would go with the waterproof seat heaters, but they won't keep your hands warm.
You definitely have a heater core blockage or possibly a water pump beginning to fail. Every Jeep I have ever owned had exceptional heat. I don't believe I have ever had the fan switch off of the low position, except for defogging the windshield before I leave. Most of the time my window is partially down.
Time to atleast flush the system if not replace a few components.
'87 YJ, 4.2L built and bored, 8.5" of lift, 8.8 rear, AX15/NP 231, Tom Woods drive shafts, Flat fenders, 12,000LB winch, Custom bumpers, Rattle can paint job. Never completed...
If I were you I would disconnect my heater hoses and hook a garden hose up to one of them. If it starts to flow well, great. If not try reversing which hose gets the pressure. Heated seats sound great but I would still want my heater to be working the best it can too.
I'm looking for info on how hard it is to install these seat heaters and found your thread so wanted to also agree with the heat input. My old wrangler would run me out and I often had just a spider shade on it in winter. Ensure the thermostat is functioning properly too after you check the core. good luck.
2013 Sport White 6spd (AC/Connectivity/Sirius) w/ '13 Rubicon wheels/tires.
Past: 2002 Sport X
Heated seats are awesome I put some heaters in my bestop seats two years ago I found a set on amazon for 65$ Installation wasn't too bad the hog rings used to hold the fabric down to the seat frame tore my fingers to shreds but it was well worth it I drive two blocks away from my house and they are already hot