Ford F-4EAT Transmission
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Mazda Motor Company
Kia Motors
Production 1990-2005
Body and chassis
Class 4-speed transverse automatic transaxle
Predecessor ATX
Successor 4F27E

The F-4EAT was a 4-speed, electronically controlled automatic transmission developed by Mazda and JATCO starting in 1990. It was also later produced by Ford Motor Company from 1991 to 2003, to replace the aging, 3-speed/hydraulic controlled ATX. It is referred to as the F4A-EL by Mazda and Kia who also used this transmission. This transmission is an updated Mazda F3A transmission, 3 speed hydraulic controlled transmission. The F-4EAT uses electronic, computer controls, a 4th gear overdrive, has a lock up torque converter and differential. It used a computer-controlled speed sensor for the speedometer.

1 2 3 4 R
2.80:1 1.54:1 1.00:1 0.70:1 2.33:1


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