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mcdevito75 here, BEST BET, look for a small watch repair shop in your area for this screw, anyone would have to have the watch with them for the proper screw, and you may have to have this screw ordered from Cartier.
no because your watch has a eta movement made by the swatch company cartier buy the movement from eta then decorate it and sign the rota with there logo the movement could be 2yrs old before cartier get the watch to retail...ie. sat in the shop window. only cartier could tell you when your watch was manufactured..the srial numbers you provide identify what the movement is using cartiers own code to identify the movement and one is for the the model ie. seatimer..
Do not be so afraid. Unscrew that big crown fully, pull off and then you will see the real setting crown(quite small one), called an underlayed crown. That little chain is hard enough to withstand your pulls, unless you are drunk. :))) When you get that small crown handy- you can set the time and all the features. If the small crown is not moving, your watch is rusty and you will need a proper watchmakers help. Don't forget to rate, please.
to set the time and date of cartier watch , full the crown at half setting possition then wind it until the date move push the crown to the normal possition then full the crown twoo times to time setting possition then wind it again until you search the correct time,fush the crown to the normal possition after setting,