This previously intermittent problem is now here to stay. It began as a once a week issue that was resettable by cycling the key switch. What it was doing was staying engaged, even after returning the key to the "run" position. It gradually got worse. I changed the starter relay (on the fender), and after a week I thought it was good. Then it happened again. After studying the Haynes manual (no access to alldata), It seemed apparant that the solenoid on the starter may have been sticking. Before I could replace the starter, it stuck on, and I was unable to "reset" it this time. By the time I could find tools to get the battery cable off, it was "cranking" for several minutes. During this time I tried to cycle the key several times. With the key on, the engine would run with the starter still engaged. With the key off, the starter would constantly crank the engine. I replaced the starter tonight. The starter just spun... it didn't engage the flywheel. I thought maybe I'd gotten a bad part, so I exchanged it for another. Same thing, only this time it stuck in "crank" once again. So now the starter will spin freely without engaging the flywheel, and I can't shut it off without removing the battery cable. It's late now, and I've given up for the night. Any ideas would be appreciated. The only other parts in the system, as far as I can tell, is the key switch and cables/wires, and battery of course.