Sorry late getting back to you.
I was lucky. I made it home, went to looking. I figured it had to be somewhere in the electrical system so after ck/ng the battery, I pulled the coil cover. I didn't see it first. Everything looked great so I pulled the coil to check if that was it, and when I removed the coil wires, the bolt connection on the end of one of the wires came off. I replaced that connector, hooked it up, and she fired right up. Hope it is as easy a fix for you as for me.