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They are with the light switch. The switch could be bad. But, pull the lens, pull the bulbs, look for a screw or two. remove them if they are there. Some don't have screws and just pop into the headliner. Remove the light holder. On the back side is where the wires usually burn.
assuming you have already checked the bulb, make sure where the bulb fits is nice and clean. if the light does not come on with the door open its likely the door switch that is dirty and needs to be removed and cleaned so it gets good ground. this switch is usually found on the door frame and will have a rubber cap over it. remove the cap and unscrew the switch and clean it
sounds like their is a short in the wiring to the dome light and buzzer... i know you don't want to hear that... if it is grounded somewhere that is why it quits when you remove the bulb... possible wire caught behind the dash when you put it back together... if so that would cause the ground...
No, you can easily reach your hand behind without removing anything and the bulb can be removed and replaced. If your hand is too large then their are two screws on the top of the light assembly that once removed you can pull the hole assembly out and change the bulb