ASD Relay?

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The ASD relay is the automatic shutdown relay in a car. The ASD relay controls various parts of the car, including the ignition coil, fuel injectors, fuel pump, and power module. It shuts off all those various parts when the key is not in the ignition as to prevent fires and dieseling. It works in conjunction with the key being in the ignition but is closed first when the key is initially inserted. Depending on the signal it gets, the ASD relay either opens or remains closed.
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