Turn off the car!!! and then set the radio... if you look carefully somewhere you should see a button that says time (it is black but raised) press and hold it while u press similar buttons for min and hr.
(This assumes you have the same CD/radio player in your car, like mine. OEM model) Look closely at the radio's front panel, and you'll see raised lettering on the front panel above/below the tune button, as well as another button on the left side. You'll see "Time"(?), "Minutes", "Hours". While pressing in on the "Time"-labeled button (on the left side), press the UP or DOWN tuning button to adjust the hours and minutes. Done!
Hold down the RCL button and press the Tune up or down. ON my 99 SL2 there is no SET button. I have tried many, many combos and can't see to find the right one.
The radio must be turned off to set the clock. Push in on volume/on-off button while pressing the tune (up) button to set hours.
Press and hold time(recall), and use the up and down options for tuner to adjust time.
I had a Saturn and the way I did it was turn the raido off. Then push the left control nob till the clock starts. Push the tunner buttons to get time set.
It can't be set with the engine on. Turn off the car completely and then go and set the clock's hours and minutes. Crazy how Saturn puts a simple thing into a state of confusion !!
the volume nob push it in and hold it and then click the seek button to change stations
Connect the sub woofer to the equalizer or amplifier. The positive wire will need to be connected to a power source. Connect the ground wire. Connect the auxiliary wire to the amplifier.
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It is in the exhaust after the converter.
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Remove the inner door panel.See link below.
Below the AC compressor. Follow the hose at the bottom of the radiator and the housing it is connected to is what you need to remove.
4 Quarts of 5W-30 or 10W-30 including the oil filter.
The computer with input from the engine coolant temperature sensor.
Be a little more clear as to what you are asking. Do you want to know how to do it?...or which plugs to use?...or when to do it?
8/1 is the stock rim size for a 1994 Saturn sc
The biggest rim size that can fit on a Saturn sc is size 22 inch
You need to remove the Interior door panel. From there you can gain access to the speaker and replace it as needed.