Ok guys I’m at a loss. I was plowing my driveway last week and my 1987 420 died and has no spark. I got it inside my garage where it is warm and started to test things and am pretty certain my ignition module is bad. Again. I replaced it about a year and a half ago with a gray pickup wheel. The voltage when I spin the engine over goes from .998-10.7. There are a few things I’ve found along the way as well, I replaced the coil with a known working coil and saw that the condenser was hooked up to the negative instead of the positive. Also there is a starter button on the tractor I’m guessing to bypass the delay box. Is this normal to fry a module this fast? I’m thinking no but it is bringing me back to the late 90’s when I owned a 93 Z28 with the LT1 that ate the optispark module every 30k like it was it’s job. Lol Any help is greatly appreciated.