Honda H4A transmission

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H4A
Overview
Manufacturer Honda
Production 1990–1997
Body and chassis
Class 4-speed transaxle
Chronology
Predecessor H4
Successor M6HA
B7XA

The H4A was a modified version of Honda's first 4-speed automatic transmission, the H4. Introduced in 1990 on the flagship Honda Accord, the H4A series had three shafts, rather than the two found on the H4. It was replaced by the light-duty M6HA series and medium-duty B7XA.

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