In the Owner's Handbook it says something like - hold the RCL button and at the same time, press a side of the ^Auto Tone^ rocker button. Press the down arrow side to change the hour (1-12) or press the up arrow side to change the minute (0-59). Release the button when the time of day is correct.
depending on the style of radio...but both have a button tthat has RCL on it push and hold this button while pushing the tune button L or R for hrs or mins
2000 saturn sw
Saturn L-Series was created in 2000.
There is none.
Reset time on the clock is 1 PM. Just disconnect and reconnect the batttery at 1 PM.
The Saturn L series transaxle is in front of the driver, connected to the engine.
Look in your owner's manual.
Saturn made more than one car in 2000 so you will need to be more specific! The s-series motor will not fit in an l series car though if that is what you are asking.
Your owners manual will have all the info you need to do that.
Push and hold the HR or the MIN buttons
22 or 23
2000 Saturn l series
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INSIDE the fuel tank.
Probably beneath the air conditioner, that's where it was on my 96
The SC2 is an 'S' series Saturn, and all 4 cylinder engines of the S series Saturn's used a timing CHAIN rather than a timing belt.
Just heard ten minutes ago from my son who has borrowed my 2000 s500 telling me he has reset the clock via the radio in the car.
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Unless you have a scanner or the equalivant then you think you reset it when in reality you have only had to reset the clock.
A 2000 Chrysler does not have a reset switch.A 2000 Chrysler does not have a reset switch.
There is a screw-in plug on the side of the transmission. Saturn transmissions do not have a dipstick since they are supposed to be a "sealed" unit.
The Saturn L series didn't come out until 2000. Before then Saturn only made the S series. I just thought I would add something regarding a 1997 s-series. They did have a recall on the fuel pump/filter (the one that is located in the gas tank) I was sent a letter regarding the recall and then I just had to take it in for a service at Saturn for the free replacement on the recall.
The starter relay is attached to and an integral part of the starter.