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F3A Transmission parts

JF301H, KF100

Transmission general data

Number of gears Transmission Type Drive Torque (Nm) ATF (full capacity) L ATF (change) L ATF type (recommended)
3 AT FWD 120 6,6 3 Dexron VI

The 3-speed automatic transmission F3A was designed by Mazda for its top of the line FWD vehicle Mazda 626 in 1983, when 3-speed automatic transmissions were extremely popular.

This transmission turned out to be quite good in the ratio price\quality, and despite some vulnerabilities, after some adjustments it was used on Ford vehicles in the class up to 1.6 liters - Ford Festiva, Stylus, Aspire.

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Overhaul Kit | Friction Kit | Friction | Steel Plate | Steel Kit | Band | Solenoid Kit | Solenoid EPC | Solenoid TCC | Pump | Shaft | Drum | Valve body | Torque converter | Hub | Piston | Piston Kit | Planetary Gear | Filter | Gasket | Bushing | Seal | Bearing | Pressure Plate | Stator | Differential | Retainer | Inhibitor Switch | Instruction manual | TOOLS & ACCESORIES | Sensor

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Technical issues and repair guidelines

This transmission was also installed on Chevrolet Spectrum and Mazda started using this transmission in 1986 on the 323 model.Then GEO, Suzuki Swift, and Mercury had been using this transmission until 1995. Ford had been manufacturing a budgetary Aspire equipped with the F3A until 1997, when 3-speed automatic transmissions were ousted from the market. It’s a very rare case when the F3A transmission gets in repair services. Spare parts for repair of this transmission are only kits of gaskets and seals and kit of bushings. The open filter with a metal lath gets replaced quite rarely, in most cases it is just washed for reasons of economy.


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