Well, I got it all hooked up with the new coil. Ground runs from coil to LEFT side of resistor. RIGHT side of resistor is grounded.
My red bellied baby will not start. I find no spark at the plugs.
I took my analog meter to the resistor. The RIGHT side of the resistor to the negative battery terminal reads a tad over 6 volts. The LEFT side of the resistor to the negative battery terminal reads a little under 4 volts.
Not sure where to go from here. Not sure the the EI will fire at 4 volts. This may be why the guy before bypassed the resistor and grounded straight to the engine block.
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