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Old 01-17-2013, 02:15 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Imagining all the finger/hand prints on my car when reason GreyGhost's suggestion made me cringe haha. But he's got a point. Just avoid the metal so you can't discharge that onto the grounded car.
I don't know what the Hell you guys have all over your hands all the time that it leaves smudge marks on the glass. I've done this trick for YEARS, and I can count on one of said hands how many times it leaves a visible smudge mark.

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Default Everytime i come out my car and close the door it shocks me.

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Default Re: Everytime i come out my car and close the door it shocks me.

I have had this issue since the day that I bought the car. It is a correlation of what you are wearing and the seats. Plus the build up of static while diving. It had been found that anyone using any amplification in a radio system or CB system will also increase the amount of static. although I have had little luck in doing anything that fixes it other then using the window trick.

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FWIW: dryer air increases the odds of holding a charge. i.e. water conducts electricity so the humid areas won't build up static so much as its easily dissipated thus more apt to be an issue in the colder dryer winter months.

Most public transit vehicle do drag a ground strap to reduce the chances of the vehicle building a charge. Don't want fueling issues or pace maker people to get zapped in their leather dress!
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Actually pure water doesnt conduct electricity. Its the minerals & crap dissolved in water which conducts electricity. At least thats what i was taught in college.


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Actually pure water doesnt conduct electricity. Its the minerals & crap dissolved in water which conducts electricity. At least thats what i was taught in college.


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I really think its what im wearing that day. Im gonna do a test to figure out which it is that is shocking me haha. It irks me everytime i touch my wndow. i just feel so bad for the glass. i started using my shoe lightly to close the door
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Just wear a leather dress. It will help.
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