Talk about your bad day: Lisa was on her way to work in Old Forge, New York, one day, when her '07 Toyota FJ Cruiser got struck -- by lightning. No kidding.
Amazingly, her car continued to run. Mostly. The headlights flickered from time to time, and the radio still doesn't work. Her question? Is there anything else about which she should be concerned? Ray thought that she'd probably be okay, and that the transient surge of power probably didn't cause additional problems. (Though he did recommend wearing a helmet from now on.)
Another boooo-gus Magliozzi electrical theory?
Tell us what you think! Corroborate or refute Ray's theory!
You can hear Tom and Ray's call with Lisa right here.