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Q: My car loses electrical power due to lose clamps. How much will it cost to get it fixed approx?

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My car loses electrical power. I think it is because the clamps are lose and once a mechanic jammed a screw in there as a temporary fix. But someone told me today that it could lead to a short circuit. So now I am wondering how much it would cost to fix the problem.

My car has 35000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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