Question about 2009 Saturn Aura
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You are right. That is to high. 40psi is most likely the maximum pressure that those tires can handle. Your car has a sticker on it somewhere. This sticker will tell you the proper air pressure for your tires. On a 2009, your sticker should be in good, readable condition. Common places for the sticker are: in the jamb of the driver's door, on the inside of the trunk lid, or inside the fuel filler door. If you cannot find the tire pressure sticker in one of these locations, it should also be in your owner's manual. Those numbers should be near the rear of the book in a section called 'specifications' or something similar. Good luck. Proper tire pressure is extremely important is winter weather.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
Forgive me if I seem to be over simplifying, but have you have you tried rotating the knob to left of the steering wheel (below the a/c vent)? If you rotate it all the way clockwise, it 'clicks' and the dome lamp comes on. Rotate counterclockwise and the dome lamp goes off and you adjust the brightness of the interior lights.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
To access the Bluetooth prompts, press and hold down the large button on the right hand side of the steering wheel. It has a pictogram of a person talking. At the prompt say "bluetooth" and then "help". The car will talk you through it. Alternately, head over to www.gmownercenter.com. This site is run by General Motors and registration gives you free access to your online owner's manual and other materials.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
Please don't kill the messenger, but this is not an easy procedure as access to change the headlamp bulbs is through the wheel well. The recommended method is to remove the front tire and then the plastic inner fender liner. Once removed, you'll have easy (more or less) access to the rear of the headlamp housing.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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