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You will not get spark from the coil . The spark comes from the spark plug wire Check the coil resistance with a hand held ohm meter and check for resistance . If ok check your distributor to see if it is functioning. You can get a very good Chilton repair manual for about twenty dollars. It is a very good book that will help you with the problem.
I think you need to replace the pick-up coil under the distributer cap>The ignition modual can cause this but useually would'nt last for more than a few minutes.If you take off the distributer cap and remove the rotor button and then remove the plate under where the rotor button was you will find the pick-up coil.note;you will need a 5.5mm socket to remove the plate but a 7/32 in. socket can be tapped on.
I would check ignition coil. Maybe it is outside or inside the distributor.Check rsistance. Get ohm values from a haynes/chilton repair manual(i do not know them)NOTE DISCONNECT BATTERY to check resistance. check condenser(capacitor)inside or close to distributor.