Getting More Heat for the Winter
I've owned a 1993 Spirit, and a 1995 Escort. Both with tiny engines, and both have kept me sweaty in the -30+ below zero range with awesome heat.
This 2006 Cobalt coupe(5spd) does not do a good job at all of keeping me warm in the winter. Even my feet are half frozen most of the time because of the severe lack of heat. When it's warmer out (10 degrees and above), the heat seems to be effective and such, but below that, the heat just isn't hot enough to do it's job.
Are there things I can check to see if something is malfunctioning? Coolant is still fresh and heat is piping hot (because it's 50+ degrees out).