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In Reply to: Ford NAA - No spark posted by Mike on Sunday, June 25, 2017:
Hi Mike, welcome to our little used forum. Like Bob said, with the points open you should be getting close to the 5.4 volts on that primary wire going to the distributor. Take a good look inside the distributor. It sounds like when the cow yanked on that wire it bent something in there to cause the terminal to ground out. If you lift the new primary wire off the distributor and using your ohm meter, I'll bet you see that terminal grounded and I would also suspect that you will then have closer to 6 volts at the coil. Let us know.
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