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On the battery issue, it does apply to you too. The computer must have a 12 volt constant supply to "remember" it's adaptive settings.

From what I can find online right now, I believe the reading between the coil's primary terminals (the + and - terminals on the coil) should be more like 0.3 to 1.0 ohms.

Make sure you are reading it right. Use the "x1" scale of your meter to read basic ohms.

There are a couple of coil checking tips here:

http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/04/ce/c6/0900823d8004cec6/repairInfoPages.htm

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Found this on another site:

check primary resistance between Pos and Neg terminals on the coil
resistance should be 0.3 - 1.0 ohms

check secondary resistance between Pos term and coil wire terminal
resistance should be 8000 - 11500 ohms

repeat secondary resistance test between Neg terminal and coil wire terminal
resistance should be 8000 - 11500 ohms

check resistance to each terminal and gound(coil case)
resistance should be infinite

Steve
 
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