Yes. 30 seconds.
The clock pulls right out. Just get a small flat blade, and maybe a
cloth to protect things. Use the small flat blade to pry the clock out
from the bottom at the center. The clock and emergency flasher button
are together, as I recall.
Once out, disconnect the two wiring connectors. It'll be somewhat
obvious from there. Pull out the tiny bulb, and put the new one in.
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