91 525i E34 electrical problems

Hi,
Took my car in for a routine service and afterwards, I've had intermittent electrical problems affecting all four windows, the clock, the OBC, door locks, seat controls and radio. They will stop working
and after driving a few miles, they will again work. By the time I get home, they're not working.
After troubleshooting, the mechanic cleaned and tightened up a ground wire in the engine bay but the problem continues even after 3 visits to the shop in an attempt to resolve.
Don't know if it's related but during the first visit, the mechanic repaired the driver's headrest so it could be raised and lowered using the seat control as well as replaced the window switch on the left read door.
Anybody have any ideas?
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Thanks, figured it out myself. Used Google and it pointed to an 80a fusible link. It was definitely broken. I fixed it and I'm back in business.
Guess I'll be looking for a new service shop. Shouldn't have been that difficult. The fix was so simple that I kind of think they didn't bother all that much trying to figure it out.
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If it's anything like the UK few service shops or even dealers have qualified auto electricians. You need a specialist for that.
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Dave Plowman snipped-for-privacy@davenoise.co.uk London SW
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