Hi guys, so I have a 350 with HEI in my ‘82 that up and died on me the other day at a stop light, never to fire again. It has no spark which points me to an issue with the distributor. The issue is that the cap and rotor are only a couple of months old so basically new, it has good voltage going to it, I’ve confirmed that the rotor does spin while cranking, and I’ve popped in a new coil and ignition module to no avail. I’ve been told it could be a ground issue and this could be the case being that I could only successfully test ignition voltage to the distributor by putting my multimeter ground wire on the negative terminal off the battery. My question is though is how would I remedy this situation? I’ve been lead to believe that the distributor is grounded through the block itself but either way why would that cause the engine to die suddenly sitting at a light? I’m kind of at a loss at this point and would love to get this large paperweight sitting in my garage back on the road again!