Driving home yesterday car shuts off at 50 mph, while coasting to shoulder I flick the key off/on a few times. Get a couple of random cylinders to fire, then nothing. Dead on the shoulder, headlights work, starter does not. Buddy shows up, make a quick jumper to hei Bat + terminal, big sparks, obvious short to ground. He tows me to another buddy's shop close by. Get into it this morning, find fusible link burned up inside wire shield, loose ignition switch at column, in cap coil open in primary and secondary windings. Solder in new 10 gauge wires to ring terminal at solenoid. Replace coil in cap, adjust ignition switch. Hook up battery, no sparks at B+, crank it over. Starts for 2 seconds, dies, smoke genie leaves the 8365 pro billet distributor like a 90's 3.1L with factory intake gaskets. Capacitor on the msd module is cracked in half after the fire. Got rid of that msd module, put in the "good" Napa 4 pin module plus the condenser and harness, fires right up and runs good. Until it gives me a reason not to, I'm sticking with this setup. It's a 489 that I don't spin past 6k usually, so we'll see how it does at the track. I know some of you hate the coil in cap stuff, I know, I know, but it's what I have currently. Happy that msd module in their distributor didn't burn my car down.