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Check the voltage at the coil if it any higher than 9 volts...then yes....any thing lower than 6 something is wrong. The wire that suplied Voltage to the coil for the 258 WAS the resistor. Just keep in mind anything over 9 volts will not be healthy for the coil...it will probibly burn up.
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Well the reason that i said about the coil not taking over 9 volts is because I had one that fried when 12 Volts was hooked up to it..

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