If you search Youtube on "<make> <model> <year> replace dash lamp", you
find several videos. One looks like it is for yours:
At one time, you could scrunch up on the floor to reach up under the
dash to get at them. Been a long time since I had one like that.
Most videos show the authors handling the bulbs with their bare hands.
That leaves oil on the bulb which will focus heat there. Clean the bulb
before inserting and either wash your hands and rinse thoroughly or use
latex gloves (no talc).
I doubt you'll find LED replacements. They'll be the same type as the
originals. The bulb lasted 10 years. Are you going to have the same
car in another 10 years? (I kept a 1992 Subie for 24 years.)
Since you have to take so much apart, you might as well as replace all
the bulbs at once. Be a bitch to replace one and later have to do it
all over again because another burned out. There is the premature
failure of new components so you might want to just tack in the assembly
for a couple weeks while driving with your lights on to burn in the new
bulbs, then secure the assembly.
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