Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeOK, read all the postings here & suspect looking in all the wrong places. When you turned in the lights, the high current draw opened up some weak connection between battery and the power path to the ballast resistor & coil, .....so now, no power to coil. Forget continuity........turn on ignition put a test light on coil input, ballast resistor (both connections), etc. and see if it lights.........then close points & see if still lit. You will find it. When all that looks good, then you can mess with alternator, coils, resistor replacement if it still won't run. Or you can replace all that stuff & if you get lucky, accidentally 'fix' the bad connection in the process, or not & still have it not run with all those new parts.
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