A Quick Death?
Brother of The Benz, j.hialgo
Ofcourse rainy weather and battery post to cable corrosion is made worst.
You state it did this once before and it finally started after repeated tries. What occors is by trying again the resistance between the post and cable becomes hot and finally conductivity happens, whoa was that a long sentence. If that is your problem!
Starters don't normally expire without some previous warning, and I don't believe the Ignition Module will keep the starter from engaging and turning the engine over.
Doing all of this rambling keep bringing me back to the "Battery".
If you haven't already cleaned the posts and cables, do it and see what happens.
Make note that the groung cable attaches to the chassis close to the battery. I think that is connection X/40, or close to it. Clean it also.
Happy Trails Beep Beep from The Spiderman in Houston!!!