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stator has high resistance, if it is reading 6.8 ohms. spec on resistance test is .06 ohm to .20 ohm, depending on the spec code of the engine. the fact that the stator was bad was already pointed out by the absolute lack of voltage...lets use the KISS principle here and not over diagnose...
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First you have the negative lead in the wrong plug, it should be in the Common (COM). Where you have it is for testing current. I have attached the testing instructions for the stator from TM1590.
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That would be under the category of something really strange is going on


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Kinda important to know what engine, ......
My old Tektronix TX3, later reintroduced as a Fluke, has a low ohms range. Turn on meter with probes shorted and it compensates and reads zero. I think full scale is 50 ohms. Handy for those low resistance coils but as mentioned, subtracting lead resistance or seeing if you are shorted to ground will get the job done with most meters.
 
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