Getting the radio out is simple. No tools required. Pull off the trim, and
then press the release on both sides of the radio. The bulbs are soldered
in a circuit board. If you can solder, then it should be a simple task.
Otherwise, take it to some electronics repair shop and pay a high price for
2 lousy light bulbs. One of gm's "brighter" ideas! Be sure to write down
your radio code before you unplug it!!! There's a rumor that the radio has
to be from the same truck it came out of cause it reads the vin of the
vehicle. Mine's a 99 so theftlock is as far as they got back then. . .
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