There are two vacuum canisters outside the tranny where you can get at them. One is the 4th-5th (overdrive) shift and the other operates the transfer case for 2/4WD. Sometimes when they get old, they leak; it is one of the freguent problems with Colt Vistas. As of 2008, these units seem not to be available from Chrysler (USA), but very possibly you can repair yours, even if you don't have much mechanical experience.
Have someone with a vacuum pump (Mityvac is a common brand and not terribly expensive) test the canisters to see if they do leak. After removing a bad canister, you'll see that it is built in two stamped halves. Gently pry back the tabs that hold the halves together. With the canister open, gently work the rubber diaphragm loose. If the rubber is "rotten" and cracked, you probably can't save the unit, and need to find one in a juckyard with a better-looking diaphragm. Clean any crud off the good diaphragm, especially around the edges which must get a good seal against the case halves. You might want to clean the rubber with a whitewall tire and rubber cleaners such as Bleche-Wite, and when it's dry, treat with a tire protectant or maybe Armor-All. Remove the rust form inside the case halves, particularly where they seal against the lip of the rubber diaphragm. The best way to do this is to have a local auto machine shop blast it with glass bead. With it clean, you could prime and paint the case halves inside and out to prevent more rust. But make sure you don't get a lot of paint in the critical sealing area around the inside periphery of the case halves. With everything clean and dry, you're ready to seal and re-assemble the unit. With your (clean, non-oily) fingertip, spread a thin layer of RTV silicone sealant on the outside edge of the rubber diaphragm; put a thin layer on the periphery of the case halves where the diaphragm must seal. And, crucially, work some silicone sealer down into the center of the diaphragm around the metal stem, both sides. Let the silicone seal set up for a few minutes, then set the diaphragm into the case, set the halves of the case together, and gently bend the retaining tabs back in place. Don't pull a vacuum on the canister for an hour or so, to let the sealant cure; then test it to see how you did.
The same moisture that rusted the vacuum canisters and compromised the original seal can also cause problems with the vacuum solenoids that route the vacuum to the canisters. These can also be rebuilt at home, but are a rather more delicate procedure. If you want to try it, take the solenoid apart very slowly, taking notes or making drawings of the tiny valves, seals, and springs (which tend to jump out). This is pretty close work, better suited to a watch repairman than a hammer-and-tongs mechanic. For more info on Colt Vista issues, try www.coltvista.com
There is a switch on the transmission stick facing the driver's side.
There are 67.629 ounces in 2 liters.
Depends on the type of engine
About 4.5 liters.
how many ml in a 2-liter
140 + If driven by right person
4.SEK = 43Cents for a can and ~20SEK for a 2liter bottle.
9 x 2liter
i think about 220 would be a good amount
The car has a 2liter Inline 4-cylinder engine
That depends on the efficiency of the engine.
It is: 3 litres
Easy is relative to the person doing it.
47 to 51 psi, according to the Haynes manual.
1,083 calories in 2 liters of Orange Crush.
38 grams of pop is approximately 1/6 of a cup.
1 liter contains 100 centiliters, so 2 liters is 200 centiliters. 200/7 = 28.6, so 29 7cl bottles (although we won't use all of the last one).
115 or 131 according to the type and year of production
There are ten 200ml glasses of coke in a 2 liter bottle.
fuel filter is located under vehicle,bolted on the inside of chassis rail,drivers side.
None...Pepsi and Coke are contraversial companys...you won't find Pepsi in a coke bottle or vice versa.
a standard can here is 330ml. So 6x330ml is 1980ml, 2 litres is 2000ml. The 2 litre has more, marginly