Question about Saturn LS
Open the glove box. Pull out the manual and find clock in the index. Go to that page, find the type of Saturn radio you have, follow the instructions to set the clock.
Now you don't have a manual, so your next request is for a manual.
So call around to junkyards or look on ebay to find a manual for a couple of bucks and buy it.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1. Turn on car
2. Push "clock" button
3. Wait until HR (hour) flashes
4. Look at the "tunes" button at the top right
5. Turn the "tunes" knob (yes, it turns!) left to lower the time or right to raise the time.
Repeat for the minutes
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