For the first time in my 96 LC's life (132k miles), a gremlin briefly showed itself. It's been raining BIG time for the past few days and if you know anything about sub-tropical South Florida , the sky opens up and the sound is thunderous. The LC hasn't been driven much and yesterday it sat all day. This morning, it fired up normally and we drove to the Post Office and shut it off. When I got back in, it started fine but all the "idiot" lights stayed lit - all of them as the motor was running. A little unnerving to say the least so I quickly tried to shut it down and maybe get a "recycle" or something. When I turned the key to off, the LC tried starting itself again - by itself - with the key in OFF position! It was turning over as it normally does - trying to start. Finally, I turned the key to start it and everything was normal - we drove home. I have to think it's moisture from all the rain we've had but wondering if anyone can offer "preventative" advice? I have a garage so I could park it in there...otherwise?? Please note: The LC was in Connecticut for the first 6 years of its life so "weather" is not new to this rig - it's been in South Florida since 2001.