Yeah, I already dried out the car completely in the fall. I basically removed most of the interior to allow the area under the carpet to dry up. I cleaned out the drains first under the battery. Now, I think any possible rusty connections are doing their thing. And yes! The brakes are great.Have you ever pulled passenger seat and looked under carpet for water ingress (that has occurred at some point before you got the car,I know it has been in garage for awhile out of the weather). Look for potentially corroded splices (you will have to undo cloth "friction tape") and possible marginal corroded male and or female bayonet to the TCM connections in the harnesses plug in "bonnet". I do see you made it back home so I assume your brakes are working well and did not drive thru the back of the garage. lol .
I had 3 items left: replacing the ignition coil from random misfires (picking that up on the 30th) replacing oil cooler gasket, and this TCM short thingme. Then it’s graduation day! (Plates/Safety/Insurance)