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Power lost on two units in one car is a little unique. Does it lose power in the middle of a trip or when you first get into car? I would recommend bench testing to direct 12v unit to see if car is causing voltage loss.
the piece of metal that connects to the power cable might have dirt on it, or it might have come loose from the printer's internal wiring, or a soldering joint in one of the chips might have come loose, and in that case you need to go to a specialist because there is no way that anyone but a specialist would be able to find a boken joint in the printer's myrad of circuts
Usually static with loss of tone is a damaged line somewhere. The static can be caused by a loose connection as well as corroded lines. The loss of tone is usually caused by a dead short in the line. I just re wired my dads house for the same thing and eventually found where a rabbit had chewed through the insulation on a wire outside. He was having the exact same symptoms as you are. Hope this helps, and good luck