asd

Asked by Apr 29, 2010 at 06:24 AM about the 1991 Dodge Dakota

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what is the purpose of the asd and where is it located

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It's a relay (auto shutdown), it kills power completely to the ignition, fuel pump and injectors when the key is off, it's also designed to kill power under certain circumstances to prevent damage, fires, etc.... On your 91the ASD is located in the underhood fuse box on the left fender well

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