I am trying to revive an older motor and can not get a spark on either of the two cylinders, even with the kill wire disconnected. The Stator resistance (wire connected to power pack) is good (reads 480 ohm, book calls for 500 ohm) but the output voltage is low (reads 46V, book calls for 150V min). The Timer Base resistance reads open (wires disconnected from the powerpack)when it should be 10-20 ohms, and the output voltage is a little low (reads 0.4V, book calls for 0.5V min). The trigger wires read 300V, the book calls for 150 min. I have not checked the Power Pack or Ignition Coils as I do not have the needle point spark checker or a S-80 or M80 neon test light that the service manual calls for. Since I have obvious problems upstream I plan on waiting to check out the Power Pack and Ignition Coils. I do not want to throw away cash on special tools like wheel pullers and expensive parts unless I know that it will fix my problem. What would be the logical next step in diagnosing this problem?