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Welcome to Saturn Seat Covers

Named after the historic spacecraft that took US astronauts to the lunar surface, and not after the planetary body as thought by many, Saturn’s corporate motto, during its initial years, was, “A different kind of company, a different kind of car.” Saturn, or Saturn Corporation to be precise, is a division of General Motors. In 1985, it became a wholly-owned subsidiary of GM.

Saturn cars are almost exclusively available in the United States and Canada.

The first Saturn cars made by GM date back to 1990, introduced largely in answer to the overwhelming success of Japanese small-car imports in the United States. General Motors has organized the Saturn Corporation is a manner different from their other existing divisions. Japanese techniques of management have been embraced with their emphasis on quality control and high product reliability.

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  1. Take off headrest and push the back of the seat, forward.
  2. Slide seat cover over top of seat and pull down.
  3. Fit base of cover snugly over seat.
  4. Fasten elastic under seat with supplied "S" hooks.
  5. Tie the supplied cord in position to ensure that the seat cover is held in shape.
  6. Ensure that seat cover is fitting perfectly.
  7. With a sharp instrument (razor blade /exacto knife, etc....), cut holes for your headrest lengthwise with respect to your car. Because the seat cover stretches slightly, the holes need not be too big. That way, normal entering and exiting the car will not damage the seat cover.
  8. Re-insert the headrest into your seat.
  9. You're done!

 

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