In Reply to: Re: Re posted by Tony C on August 07, 2018 at 11:48:35:
I agree that the many twists and turns of this thread are confusing; I expect at any time to hear a soliloquy on global warming or world peace.
This isn't brain surgery.
If he has battery voltage at the top of the coil, the problem is in the coil or distibutor. Hence my question.
But, he said it passed the continuity test, so the problem is not primary voltage; it's secondary.
Yes, that could be the coil, but it could just as easily be point gap, glazed points, etc, etc.
I'm trying to keep this as simple as possible...….. ;)