Re: No Spark?
Using a test light or meter, is there power (12 volts) at the end of the pink lead? Should there be a red lead vice pink from the ignition source?
Coils are simple, as you know. Take a points ignition coil, ground one of the primary terminals, apply battery voltage to the other terminal, pull off one of the two primary wires and a spark should come out the secondary terminal.
Module inside the dist saturates the coil and a spark should be generated. Go over your connections and or substitute back to original or to where you had spark and continue from there. Modules and pick-up coils do go bad.
I would use the distributor from the TPI set-up since its ECM controlled.
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