My curiosity led me to look at the signals available on the ignition diagnostic connector located on the driver side of the 328 engine bay. After sorting out the discrepancy in pin numbering and usage between the wiring diagram and the diagram labeled "Diagnostic N.2" I examined the signals with an oscilloscope. (Diagnostic N.2 agreed with the wiring as found in the car). The signals available are from the TDC sensor and the primary windings of each coil. The signals are what one would expect (I would attach but I don't have a scope camera, any one interested can PM me for a sketch!). It seems that the TDC sensor produces two pulses per flywheel revolution and each coil one pulse per TDC pulse. Can anyone confirm that I have this right? If you have a scope this connector provides a convenient place to verify ignition system performance and a DMM with a frequency measuring feature lets you check the tachometer calibration.