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Car battery isn't AC (alternating current), but DC or direct current. Using AC on your meter doesn't mean anything. The drop you mention sounds normal since your stereo is going to have a battery connection to keep the station memory settings.
By the way, you may not electrocute yourself, but battery voltage can hurt. It's not the voltage, but the current and it only takes milliamps to kill.
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