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Old 13 Jul 2002, 07:47 pm
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every time I get out of my car I get a static shock from the door frame. Has any one else had this problem? Any suggestions ?
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 09:31 pm
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Before you slide off the seat and after you open the door, put a foot on the ground and hold on to the metal portion of your door as you get out. You should be well-grounded enough to avoid being shocked.


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Old 15 Jul 2002, 01:53 pm
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Sounds like a good idea. That is happening to me since I got my PT. Thanks renichms for your idea.

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Old 15 Jul 2002, 03:42 pm
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Strange how certain things are so universal on these cars..I too, get shocked every..single..time..I get out of that car..every time, rain or shine..wierd.

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Old 15 Jul 2002, 06:33 pm
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Static shock dosn't seem to be a problem in central Florida. I think it's the humidity level. When I lived in Michigan, I got zapped constantly.

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