All fuses in fuse box are OK. The engine turns over well. The rotor turns, so the timing belt is OK. Anybody else know about what the correct resistance should be from the secondary side of the coil (at the rotor shaft) to ground?
Also, how does the distributor containing the coil come off. I see just one bolt which goes through a slot (for adjusting the timing?). There must be someting else holding it in place?
Does the engine have to be turning over (by starter motor) for the ignitor to be turning the 12 volts to the primay of the coil on and off.
I am used to the good old days (i.e., plugs, points, condenser). This is my first experience with the more modern ignition systems.