WHAT’S WITH THE QUESTIONS
If my mother taught me anything, it was that you should always question everything. This got me into more trouble during my school years than any of my other aberrant behaviours, but it has actually served me pretty well when it comes to messing about with cars. The classic example is when you replace a part and the bastard still won’t go. We’re usually happy to assume that the brandnew part must be working, but I can recall times when that hasn’t been the case. Questioning whether that new part could, indeed, be faulty is a valid approach.