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The most likely explanation is that they are buildig a static charge,
then they touch some thing that is earthed ( metal switch plate )
and thus receive a tingle.
The solution is to change the metal switshs to plastic
so no more earthing thru switch plate.
Or change the carpet !
thinkher nylon carpet is worn out by now. thread is 7 years old.
 
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Naa perfect weather for it Cold and dry , got a belt sliding out of car at fuel station Monday.
tht's easilycured. static strap from underbody to road. any motor accessory shop.i've used one and they do work.
 
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