Need help. Two days ago I was driving my truck and luckily as soon as I pulled in my driveway the truck just out of the blue died and wont start back up. So after trying to figure out the problem most of the day today here is what I got. I found that I wasnt getting any spark. So I checked the positive connection to the coil and low and behold no juice going to it. Anyway there was this white male/female connector so I checked the connections there, well on the side with the wires coming from the ballast resistor (male side) I had juice and the female side going to the coil I had no juice. So in all my wisdom I connected the the plug together and then cut the wires and connected them back together with my electrical connectors and tossed that nasty plug into the bed. Well after I connect everything back together I still have no juice to the coil. Now getting a little frustrated, I check the ballast resistor, the top connection of the resistor is getting juice, but the bottom wire (the one going to my Coil ) is not getting any, so I pull the bottom connector off the ballast resistor. With the top wire plugged in, both connectors on the ballast resistor get juice, but as soon as I plug in the bottom connection (the connection going to the coil) it doesnt get juice anymore even though the top wire is hot.