Its regarding the spark color on Daihatsu Charade 100 cb23.
When I look at the color on the distributor cap on all tree outputs I get yellowish orange spark its more in yellow range than in orange. How I tested it, I disconnected the cable on the Distributor Cap position 1 and I held it close to the connector.
And when I look at the spark color directly from the ignition coil output I get just yellow spark color. I would disconnect the cable from the ignition coil from the distributor and use the end the cable close to chassis of the car to get the spark and I would watch the color.
I know that when I'm Cranking the ignition without coil connected to the distributor cap, it's getting power just from the accumulator and the input power is just in a ranges of 12.5-12.7V, I mean its just the output from the accumulator.
But my main worries is that I'm not getting the bluish or violet spark color in any case .
Do you know, were the G100 models made to have yellowish toward orange spark color or I should get the bluish or violet spark color and I have some faults somewhere.
Some bad ignition coil ground
Is that the limitation of the type of ignition coil and ceramic ballast resistor or is there something wrong on the car I'm working on.
Here is what I measured on ignition coil and ballast resistor
Primary coil resistance (0.9 -1.1 Ω) I measured 1.1-1.2Ω
Secondary coil resistance (20.7 - 25.3 kΩ) I measured 24.5Ω
Insulator resistance is infinity
Resistance: (1.53 - 1.87 Ω) I measured cold 1.6Ω when its hot I get 1.8Ω
I used resistance range from the cb service manual I will attach the picture just for reference.