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This is a duplicate question. You just confuse everybody by doing this. I answered the other one.
10 K isn't really enough. Most coils these days are capable of 30K,. You need to check your coil with an ohmeter. To check primary test between the positive and negative terminals with the plug disconnected. For secondary, test from either terminal to the high voltage terminal. there are 2 different types of ignition systems. here are the specs for both.
Dura Spark system, identified by ignition module mounted on fender well.primary 0.8 - 1.6secondary 7700 - 10,500
TFI ign identified by ignition module mounted to the side of the distributorPrimary 0.3 - 1.0Secondary 8,000 - 11,500
If it is out of either spec, replace the coil. If you see any white corrosion on the coil or distributor cap towers replace the wires also.