I was ahving a starting problem in Moab. Symptoms: Truck hard to start. Cranks fine, and 'catches' with the key in the 'Start' position. When the key is moved to 'On' truck does not continue to run. Was getting continually harder to start. Was filling up on gas on the way out of town, truck would start to run on it's own, but would not stay running. I bypassed the ballast resistor and ignitor. Truck started, and ran fine all the way home. I figure that this is the ballast resistor. What kind of resistance readings should I get out of a properly working ballast resistor? ALso, hwat is the appropriate process to test the ignitor? This is on a 1976 FJ40 with a non-USA points type distributor, and stock coil Thanks!