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Every car comes with an automatic shutdown relay that could be located either under the dash, hood or in another position. This relay acts as the power distributor to the multitude of parts that spring to life when you first start the engine including the ignition, fuel pump, injectors and other components activated for a few seconds during cranking. If you frequently start and stop your engine, you will increase the already frequent wear this important electrical component faces. If it fails, your car will not have the power to crank itself on.
If your car won't start, it's pretty much useless. Due to the nature of the automatic shutdown relay symptoms, you may easily mistake them for a dead battery or a faulty cable. As a result, we recommend you have an expert come by and have an inspection, as work under the hood in the engine can become confusing without a technician. Our team suggests you have it replace immediately otherwise you'll have to end up walking on your next trip to Tim Hortons.
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