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I have a 1984 mustang 302 TFI CFI . automatic I have no spark so I went through the tests in Manual first test was coil it states that you should have 0.4-1.0 ohm on primary and between 8,500-11,000 on secondary my coil showed bad secondary test bough new one from NAPA and tested 2 different ones at the counter and I got 0.7 on primary and and with meter set at 200k it reads for secondary 0.79 and on 20K range it reads 7.95 ??is this any good?
 

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Make sure your battery is good on your volt-ohmeter. Be sure and zero your meter to account for lead resistance. Then measure. The 7.95 is most likely 7.95k ohms on the 20k range. Good Luck!
 
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