The Mitsubishi V4A11 4-speed automatic transmission was produced only from 1998 to 2012 and was installed on all-wheel drive versions of the Pajero Mini with a naturally aspirated version of the 4A30 engine. There was a rare modification of this automatic transmission for rear-wheel drive cars under the symbol R4A11.
|1998 – 2012
|Number of gears
|Type of drive
|Engine volume, l
|up to 0.7
|Torque output, Nm
|up to 65
|Mitsubishi ATF SP-III
|Oil capacity, liter
|Replacing the oil
|every 40,000 km
|Replacing the filter
|every 80,000 km
|Gearbox lifespan, km
Gear ratios Mitsubishi V4A11
Using the example of a Mitsubishi Pajero Mini 2003 with a 0.7 liter engine:
The transmission was installed on:
- Mitsubishi Pajero Mini 2 (H53) in 1998 – 2012.
Disadvantages of the Mitsubishi V4A11 gearbox
- This automatic transmission was intended for a weak engine and the load on it is small.
- The reliability of the gearbox is very good, but there are problems with spare parts.
- In most cases, it is cheaper to purchase a contract transmission than to repair it.
- Changing the oil and filter and cleaning the valve body usually helps with jerks.
- When overhauling, replace the burnt clutches with the entire set and the brake band.