I had a Husky 55 Rancher given to me. Its not getting any spark currently. I've tested the kill switch, which tested good. I disconnected the kill switch wire coming from the coil, and still no spark, so that led me to believe that my coil is bad. I ordered a new coil, installed it, air gapped it with a business card, and I get the same result. I started testing continuity to different points on the coil with it mounted on the saw, and was getting what seemed to be wierd readings. With the kill switch wire disconnected from the coil, I was still getting continuity to ground on the kill switch tab coming off the coil, which essentially means the brand new coil was grounding out without the kill switch even hooked up. Is this the sign of a bad coil (even though its brand new)? If the ignition switch tests good, and I'm still not getting spark, the only other thing to go bad would be the coil, correct? Thanks for all the help guys, and this site seems awesome, tons of really knowledgeable people on here!