Have you ruled out the alternator...?
what do you mean by rotor?(do you mean camshaft?)Lined up crank pulley with 0 degree mark, rotor points to #1 cylinder wire...timing is good.
Igniter is a switch actuated by ECM which provides voltage to primary of coil and stops voltage to primary of coil so secondary can fire. I don't think you'd be getting any spark if IGT was not outputting signal to Igniter (primary voltage). The IGF signal is only a confirmation signal to ECM. The IGT signal of .22 is probably ok (maybe) as the manual states 0.5 - 1.0V (neither 0 nor 5V) and if you are using a DMM it will not react quickly to on/off signals the way a analog meter will.Sprayed starter fluid in the TB, no sputter or change.
Checked for spark, spark is white-yellow, pretty weak w/ a new coil.
I would say at least 12v.What *should* I be getting at the primary coil, voltage wise?
"Count number of flashes from CHECK ENGINE light.When I put it in diagnostic mode, the CEL just blinks at a constant rate...I stopped counting at around 70.