I'm sure I'm not the only one who has done this but it is amazingly easy for us novices. I thought you would have to take the entire instrument panel out to do this. Not true. All you have to do is get the plastic glass cover off and the black panel that covers the instrumets themaselves and you will see that the lights are plugged in easily accessable for replacememnt when yours burn out like mine did. Chiltons nor haynes makes comment how simple this is nor do they give instructions. I'll try to remember to get digital pix this evening for anyone who might be interested. So thei entire instrument cluster doens't need to be removed. It was also interesting that t most of the guages are plug ins too and not directly wired to anything. Mine's an '86 K5 305..... Red Springs, N.C. "I ain't responsible for my crappy typin' or spellin'"