@phil: Thanks for posting the suggestions, even though they don't make much sense. If you remove the high voltage wire from the center of the distributor cap and place it within an eighth to a quarter inch of the engine block, as I did while cranking the engine, you will either see a strong spark, a weak spark, or no spark at all. If there is no spark visible (which was the case), then there is no way you will place that wire end back into the distributor cap and find that you have a spark at any spark plug. One does not need to purchase a spark tester to determine whether or not there is a spark, and the strength and quality of the spark is quite apparent to an observant eye. You want to see a strong, bluish spark. Just a note to those who might use my method of holding the high voltage wire close to the engine block - be sure that you use something like an insulated ignition wire holder tool when doing this test or you may receive quite a jolt!
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