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Ditch the silk panties and nylons.

Ok, maybe that's not that funny.

Seriously, reads like something you are wearing is creating static electricity and this is discharging and giving you a bit of a shock.

Have you been at the electrics? Made a stereo change?

All the car's electrical systems appear to work ok? I don't know what options you have, but say power seats? Heated/vented seats? Windows? Door locks? Etc?
 

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Probably touch the sill or door jamb to ground yourself.

I remember there was anti-static spray (this is stuff you spray on clothing to stop static cling). I presume you have a cloth interior?
 

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Happens to me a lot if the weather is cool/dry and I'm wearing a fleece pull-over. You can test it out without turning the car on by just kind of moving around in the seat and then getting out of the car.

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My Challenger was giving me a jolt. I noticed it after my exhaust was replaced. One day I was under my car, and notice a ground strap from the body to the exhuast was no longer attached and hanging. I reattached it, and I haven't notice getting shocked any longer...

I have used the strap mentioned above on other cars, it also helps cut the dust down on the paint as well...

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