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Old 02-11-2007, 07:17 PM
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1983 & 1999 F-150 Static Electricity Question

1983 F-150 Static Electricity Question
<HR style="COLOR: #666666" SIZE=1><TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top width="100%">Every time I get out of this truck it shocks me upon touching the metal to close the door.

I also have a 1999 F-150 and it does the same thing. What is going on? Anyone ever had this happen to them and how did you resolve the problem.
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It's due to the static electricity that builds up when you slide off the seat. It's happened to me on every vehicle I have ever drove or rode in.

Try holding onto the metal part of the door while getting out, or just learn to live with it.
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