I can't get to the connector to hook up the multimeter. So I just static timed it. Line up the mark on the engine with the one on the pully, lined up the rotor with the mark on the distributor.
Truck used to run, now it won't start. So I got to looking and it looks like the wires are installed on the cap one spot off, then the previous "mechanic" rotated the distributor to line up the rotor with the proper wire.
No problemo, I'm looking at the cap and rotor and thinking it's a good time for a tune up, so I'll get it all back to correct and static time it for fuel timing. Lucky I have a KLR to make tool and part runs with--beats working on a hot engine.