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My car can not start sometime in summer,usually no start is in hot daytime.But in the winter,the car is OK,no problem,the past two years like that.When it is not start,the starter does not work,and engine light does not light.Right now I already check the starter ,starter relay and battery,they are no probrem.When daytime starter no work,next day morning usually can start.

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  • xinyinca Jun 30, 2009

    I don't know what did you say.

  • xinyinca Jul 01, 2009

    Eatx shutdown relay,fuel pump relay and auto shutdown relay are same,I tried change each other.But starter still no working,the engine light still off.

  • xinyinca Jul 02, 2009

    Today morning I can work starter one time,drove about five kilometer,then turn off engine just one minute,starter was no work,until right now.

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Have tried your asd relay auto shut down if this is not working you will not have the starter or communication to the computer.And heat is definitely your issue it is by the starter relay.:)

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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    mike loshbough Jul 01, 2009

    I am sorry your asd relay which is by your starter relay may be the problem: ASD stands for automatic shut down relay.

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough Jul 02, 2009

    then you have a bad fuse link by the starter wire!

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