Replacing a burned-out dashboard warning light is rated as a simple task by do-it-yourself website Family Handyman. However, doing so typically requires that the person replacing the light have a factory manual available to determine which dashboard panels should be removed in which order.
Replacing a burned-out dashboard warning light requires removing the trim panels and bezel for the instrument cluster, then removing the wiring harness for the cluster itself. The difficulty of this operation may be higher on some cars than others due to differences in dashboard design. In addition, it is important to make sure to detach the electrical connections to the instrument panel before replacing the bulb for safety.