Well, the "sure fire" way to tell is to plug the module back in and just put in one screw to ground it and turn the key to crank. Checking one plug wire, if you've got spark we look else where. Again, let me know.'
EDIT; I just had another thought. It's just possible, kinda' sorta' maybe, it could be the pickup coil inside the distributor. I can't remember ever having to change one. But, just maybe. If you plug the module back in and have no spark, I'll copy the PU coil resistance test for you.
What motor do you have? The 3.8???
Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 AT 8:40 PM