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Well, I'm not getting any spark so I decided to test the module, here is some info.

Mallory Unilite Wiring:
Red wire goes to pos. side of coil
Green wire goes to neg. side of coil
Brow wire is a ground to the engine block

When I hook up 12v to the red wire and test at the green with the ground hooked up I get 0 volts when open. When I close the module (with a credit card to block the optics) it reads 1 volt.

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12v to red wire, NO ground, test at green wire I get 12v, but as soon as I ground the brown wire it drops to zero.

Any ideas?
 

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Do you run a balst resistor?If not that's how I toasted two of those :(needs to be under 12,like 9.6 ,12 volts works for awhile. :eek:
 

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Yup, i run a ballast resistor. Brain fart for listing the above voltages at 12, they were around 10 (analog meter)
 

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Acording to unilight test procedure:

The voltage should drop to 3 volts or less
[1 to 2 volts].If thist test is positive,then the module is working.

Got that at mallory ignition some where.
Yours won't start mine won't shut off.I don't know what's worse?
 

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Got mine going
hope you got your's going Adam
 
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