When did the problem occur? Did you replace all those parts afterward? What you need to make sure of is the blue/red striped wire is connected to the "S" terminal and yellow wire is connected to the "I" terminal on the relay. The small terminals. Here is a picture:
Since you have voltage at coil+ your resistor wire is fine. What you need to check for now is a flashing pulse at coil- when cranking. If you have your solenoid wires hooked up correctly and there is no flash pulse at coil-, your pick-up or ignition module is defective. You should have 12 volts when cranking and 9 volts when in run position. Tell me more about your symptoms.
The original problem was that the engine stalled out and then would catch and run for a few minutes and then repeat. This was with the original parts. So, I replaced the ignition module, distributor cap & rotor. The engine started and ran but still stalled out (just like shutting off the key) and then would catch again and run. At one time it stalled completely and then would not start but eventually did. At that point, I replaced the rest of the components as described earlier. Now, I get no spark from the coil. Is it possible the the new pick-up is defective? The only component that I did not replace is the reluctor which I have never known them to go bad. (It is just an interuppter) Has me baffled. I think I am going to put the old pick-up back in to test the theroy that maybe the new pick-up module is defective. What do you think? I will be away from my computer for a little while but will leave the site open for your reply, as for some reason, my e-mail address is not being aceptted.
Yes, it has always cranked. I tried that earlier and it did not have spark at the coil so you must be right, the new pick-up module and/or ignition control module must be defective. I will re-install the old module and see if that works as at least with the original pick-up module, it would start and run albeit cutting out from time to time.
Thanks for you help. I have accepted your answer.