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I got a new car so I'm letting my 2007 Silverado Classic rest for the winter. And I'm taking my time doing some maintenance and upgrades. I thought about replacing all the instrument cluster lamps with LED's but I don't see any bulbs or access when it's removed. The unit is easily removed but removing the rear black plastic cover just exposes the printed circuit board. None of the lamps are burnt out, but I figured after 10 years and 136k, I should change them or upgrade to LED's.

Should I just leave well enough alone?

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these are not "easily" replaceable, they are attached to the circuit board. but if you can solder around a circuit board then you're in good shape
If you aren't confident i'd just leave the alone or buy a new gauge set.

There is a thread here about this somewhere where the guy upgraded everything to red LEDs

EDIT:

Found it

GMT-900 NNBS Cluster Red Backlighting Conversion Project
 
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