I just bought the car and installed a new starter. When I removed the old starter, there were 2 wires crimped together that were bolted to the "S" terminal on the solenoid and no wires were connected to the "R". The + battery cable on the big terminal was connected to where it should be. The car turns over now with remote starter but I cannot get any voltage out of the coil. The twin wires that have power when I turn the key to the on position are on the + side of coil and I attached the distributor wire to the - side of the coil. I get no spark coming from the coil wire from center of the distributor cap. Here is my question. Can I run a jumper wire from the + battery terminal and connect it to the + coil and will this get me the spark I need to see if I can start this car? It hasn't been started in 20+ years. I've already prepped the engine and I just want to see if this engine will fire up before winter.