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1990 holden nova slx no spark from primary side of new coil

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The primary side of an ignition coil is not intended to produce a spark and it isn't wise to try. A test lamp or voltmeter can be used to check for battery voltage on the +side and for continuity through the winding. If the winding has continuity and a voltage is present then current will flow if the contact points or the trigger (optical, hall effect or inductive) and amplifier is working correctly. A 1990 model probably uses a trigger and an ignition amplifier

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