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Mazda G4A EL transmission

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The G4A-EL was a 4-speed automatic transmission from Mazda. It was Mazda's first four-speed transmission on its introduction in 1987.

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The original 1987 G4A-EL included three shift solenoids, a lockup solenoid, a vane-type pump, and a throttle cable. It was redesigned for 1988 and used in the Ford Probe the next year under the 4EAT-G name by Ford.

Applications:

  • 1987–1992 Mazda 626
  • 1989–1992 Mazda MX-6
  • 1989–1992 Ford Probe
  • 1990–1991 Mazda 323 AWD
  • G4A-HL

    The G4A-HL was a governor controlled lighter-duty version produced in 1988 and 1989.

    Applications:

  • 1988–1989 Mazda 323
  • GF4A-EL

    The transmission was reworked again for 1993 as the GF4A-EL with seven solenoids, a rotor-type pump, and the removal of the throttle cable. In 1994, all US-built 4-cylinder 626s and MX-6s began using the locally-sourced ZF/Ford designed CD4E transmission, which Mazda given the code LA4A-EL.

    Applications:

  • 1993 Ford Probe
  • 1993–1997 Ford Probe GT
  • 1993–1997 Mazda Mx-6
  • 1993–2002 Mazda 626 LX V6/ES V6
  • 1995–2001 Mazda Millenia (non-Miller cycle engine)
  • 2000–2002 Mazda MPV
  • 2007–2012 Ford Escape (ZC, ZD series, 2.3 L Duratec)
  • also known to be used in Mazda Xedos 6 and Mazda Xedos 9
  • References

    Mazda G4A-EL transmission Wikipedia


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