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In Reply to: Ford NAA - No spark posted by Mike on Sunday, June 25, 2017:
Use any common wire from output of coil to side of distributor. Yours looks ok
5.4 volts at input to coil is low. I assume this is 6 volt system. Be sure battery if fully charged.
Coil input should be near battery voltage. Output of the coil should be same as input with points open and near 0 volts with points closed.
What about wire from input of coil back through the switch. Other wires could be pulled loose.
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