Car Care and Maintenance Part 2

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Parking LotOut of Building/Special
Event Details
Sunday, August 10, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Part 2: After the formal program inside the library, see a demonstration of the library’s Diagnostic Tools outside, to learn why your “check engine” light is on. Presented by Mike Driskell, Information Technology Manager, the hands on demonstration will review how to use these tools on your own car. These Diagnostic Tools are available for check-out with your Arlington Heights library card. Drop In.

This program will take place in Southwest corner of the AHML parking lot, drop in for those just wanting to observe.

For those who want to participate, a sign-up sheet for AHML cardholders only, who have their cards with them at the time, will be made available for customers at Part 1 of the program. Part 2 is weather permitting.

Presenter: 
Mike Driskell
Registration Details
No Library Card Required
Add to Calendar 08/10/2014 15:00:00 08/10/2014 16:00:00 11 Car Care and Maintenance Part 2 Part 2: After the formal program inside the library, see a demonstration of the library’s Diagnostic Tools outside, to learn why your “check engine” light is on. Presented by Mike Driskell, Information Technology Manager, the hands on demonstration will review how to use these tools on your own car. These Diagnostic Tools are available for check-out with your Arlington Heights library card. Drop In. <b>This program will take place in Southwest corner of the AHML parking lot, drop in for those just wanting to observe. <b>For those who want to participate, a sign-up sheet for AHML cardholders only, who have their cards with them at the time, will be made available for customers at Part 1 of the program. Part 2 is weather permitting.</b> MM/DD/YYYY Parking Lot,
 
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6.012 Patron-Generated Content

04/27/2011
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