What is the best way to test the "hall effect" distributor? on 1994 Mazda Protege

1994 Mazda Protege LX Sedan 1.8L DOHC. I just put plugs, wires, cap & rotor on it, changed the oil and replaced a small vac hose (air intake hose to val cover). Ran wonderful for two days and still running great last night pulled out of a parking lot and it just died. No start,towed home started troubleshooting. No Spark and no fuel. Coil had proper resistence as per chilton manual ran test battery positive to neg side of coil,cranked but no light. Also jumped old OBD1 module F/P to ground and relay kicked and fuel pump fired right up. Sooooo now where do I start on the Distributor above. (noticed MIL lamp is not operating as I tried jump 10 pin in diag box to check code as I do not have an OBD1 scanner). All guidance appreciated.

by in Wilsonville, OR on January 26, 2013
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2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , January 26, 2013
unfortunately, you have to have a sensor tester to verify the hall effect sensor of the distributor. you can purchase a basic sensor tester from KAL equipment for around $100 I believe
ANSWER by , January 26, 2013
Use a meter on the AC setting.
COMMENT by , January 27, 2013
replace the distributor