Milano No Spark
My son and his college buddies are attempting to turn a rusty '87 Milano into a Lemons car... Great to see the Alfa bug getting passed down to younger generations. I've worked on spider L-Jet systems before and have read the great troubleshooting guides available on the BB, but the Milano system is obviously a little different from what I'm used to.
We have 12V to the coil but no spark. The tachometer sender that sits under the coil and that's connected to the ignition harness is conspicuously absent. Is this component needed in order to get spark? Is this the equivalent of the flywheel pickups on a spider L-Jet system?