See Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6
There are a total of 7 different, but closely related, automatic transaxle models in the vehicles covered by this information: A-404, A-413, A-415, A-470, ZF-4, A-604, 41TE.
The A-404 transaxle is a 3-speed transaxle, it came equipped in Chrysler vehicles up to, and including, 1983.
The A-413 transaxle is a 3-speed transaxle, is also known as the 30TH and came equipped in Chrysler vehicles up to, and including, 1991.
The ZF-4 transaxle is a 4-speed transaxle, is also known as the ZF-4HP18 and is only found in the Premier and Monaco vehicles.
The A-604 transaxle is a 4-speed transaxle, is also known as the 41TE and came equipped in the vehicles in this information from 1989-95.
The A-670 transaxle is the newer version of the A-413, and, therefore, is a 3-speed transaxle. It is also known as the 31TH and came equipped in 1992 and newer vehicles.
Fig. Fig. 1: Identifying components on the A-413 and A-670 3-speed automatic transaxles
Fig. Fig. 2: The A-413 and A-670 transaxles are essential the same, only having minor differences
Fig. Fig. 3: The A-604 identification tag is located on the left side rear of the transaxle case
Fig. Fig. 4: The locations of the back up/neutral safety switch, the transaxle range switch and the output speed sensor-A-604 transaxles
Fig. Fig. 5: The identification label for the ZF-4 transaxle is also located on the left side rear of the case
Fig. Fig. 6: An example of a commonly used identification label for a ZF-4 transaxle-these numbers are essential for ordering replacement parts
On Premier and Monaco vehicles equipped with the ZF-4 type transaxle, the transaxle ID plate is on the left side of the transaxle case above the oil pan.