I'm going off this great wiki page (https://www.mopedarmy.com/wiki/Guide_to_Motobecane_spark_and_timing#:~:text=Points%20gap%20should%20be%20.,this%20connection%20is%20often%20bad. and David Fixes His Shit on youtube to try and set point gap and timing on my 1979 motobecane. On a 6v, the point wires don't have to be disconnected, but in a 12v, they do. I disconnected the wires going to the points and put paper in between so my multimeter will read when I have continuity. Problem is, I can't get my multimeter to 1 when the points are open. I could do the cigarette paper method, but I have a multimeter and would rather get this precise. On a 12v system, is there something else I need to do to get an accurate reading and avoid grounding out?