Bright and blue spark I hope?
Ok so now we know that is good take and measure resistance from the top of the distributor cap tower where coil wire hooks to it and the button on the inside that contacts the rotor. Should be very low resistance. Also make sure your coil wire that goes from coil to the distributor isnt damaged. Measure the ohms across it and twist it all over and see if you can cause it to read open that would indicate a bad wire. If thats all good then your definetely getting spark into the distributor.
Next make sure the tab on the rotor on the end is in good shape and not melted and also make sure that the part that contacts the distributor button is bent up and springy so it makes good contact on the distributor cap to distribute the spark.
If all that is in good shape put #1 cylinder in tdc of the compression stroke and make sure the rotor is pointing at the #1 coil wire. Get back to me with what you find
Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 AT 10:57 PM