Yes, it's cranking fine and making no attempt at starting, like, no spark and I see none when i pull and ground a plug. And no, I didn't ground to a sensor.http://www.mx6.com/forums/imagesmx6/smilies/smile.gif
All I did is lift each plug cap out of the valve cover an inch or two to check if each plug was firing. All were firing.
What's weird is, that's the only thing I did. These plugs and wires have probably never be touched since they left the factory. So the correlation of the spark failure with pulling the plug wires was my only conclusion. Like i said, weird coincidence?
You mention testing the main coil wire. Actually the coil is inside the distributor. The only lead goes from inside the distributor cap directly to the coil, which is under what i think is called the ignitor. There's a three wire plug to the coil. Anybody know what the Ohm reading should be on the three prongs to the coil?
And, how can i tell if it's the coil or the ignitor? And why would they fail, if they did, in a cold perfect-running motor in my driveway?
Thanks again.....I'm still stuck.