I forgot that one, cyberbackpacker might have nailed it though. Clean out the Heater core as well and see if you get more heat.
If you are getting up to 210 that would be the thing to look at, that or nake sure the heater control valve vac line is on there good and tight and not leaking. Also make sure it is opening and closing fully.
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im having the same problem where the heat gets warm but not hot, i suspect its the heater core, since when i flushed my rad. was really nasty, does anyone have a link or a write up on how to flush the heater core by its self?
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OK, thanks for all the help but, still no luck, replaced the thermostat, replaced the vac line where it was compromised, the fluid is good to -25, I just flushed the heater core, let it run outside for 20 min., that didn't work. The air coming out of the defroster vents for the side windows is very cold, the front floor vents are kind of warm, the vents for rear on back of the center console are warmer than the rest. Where is the heater control valve and how do I check it ?? Pics would help. It is 10 F out today and the wife keeps taking my TJ because it's warmer, even with the soft top.
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