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Thread Review for Tracking down electrical issues (newest post first)
T Bird Mike Posted on 11:48 am on June 15, 2017
You could try Kaestner Auto Electric.  Here is a link to their website: http://www.kaestnerauto.com/
 
youngsmobile Posted on 9:29 am on May 22, 2017
hey gang, looking for some recommendations (shops) that can diagnose and repair some lingering electrical issues ('68 Olds Cutlass).  something is drawing from battery when not in use.  Furthermore, in some cases the car has no power as if the positive cable is not attached.  
Looking for a recommendation on shop that can assist with getting things back in order.
 

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