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post #1 of 12 Old 10-05-2012, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Inside driver door handle shocking me when I open the door???

Title Has been solved, but instead of opening a new thread, I figure continue on this one...

My telescoping mirrors dont telescope... No fuses blown, relays seem to checkout... Switch maybe???
Any advice would be great, I'd like to get an idea of what it could be before I take it to the Dealership.... Try to save them some time and me some money...

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Static electricity? Low humidity, or you wear a lot of polyester

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Your truck is a 12Volt system. You could open the hood and grab the positive battery terminal with one hand and the neg terminal with the other hand and you wouldn't get shocked. So, you question about something in the mirror causing you to get shocked...........NO!
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Static electricity? Low humidity, or you wear a lot of polyester
Tested your theory!!! never even crossed my mind LMAO
I thought it might of had something to do with the mirrors...

so that solves the mysterious shocking...

Time to edit the title for the mirrors

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Lol no more polyester double knits ok

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Lol no more polyester double knits ok
Ha!! not my style, but Ill keep it in mind.... lol
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What was the fix for the door shocking you? Mine does it almost everyday!

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What was the fix for the door shocking you? Mine does it almost everyday!
Static Electricity... I have leather seats but I have Seat covers, I took the seat covers off and the shocking stopped...

Thanks Again Black!!! lol
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Static Electricity... I have leather seats but I have Seat covers, I took the seat covers off and the shocking stopped...

Thanks Again Black!!! lol
I have leather seats also. It doesn't do it to my wife ( passenger side).

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I have leather seats also. It doesn't do it to my wife ( passenger side).
I dont know what to do about it, Since Black2012 Helped me figure out that it was static electricity, I havent been so worried about it and havent really been noticing it as bad the last couple days...
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