Without knowing you personally, I can only speak generally about how the general traits of aspergers may affect your job. I also know quite a few electricians with asperger-traits, so it's clearly a job that attracts.
If you're detail-oriented, you will find the mathematical, technical and regulatory sides interesting, but may struggle with doing things quickly (especially if you're a perfectionist).
If you have a good memory for detail, remembering different types of wiring, test methods and regulations will come in handy, however you must remember when talking to non-technical clients not to give them too much detail. If you find yourself offering to draw them a diagram, that's too much information
Don't be afraid to admit when you don't know something, asking is the quickest way to enlightenment. If you feel compelled to tell someone more experienced and senior to you that they are wrong about something, phrase it as a question, otherwise they may be insulted.
If you're a smiley friendly, attentive person, then you'll probably be fine with face to face client interaction. If you're not, try and find something away from them.
It's a great job, so if you're interested, go for it!