If it's the light for the climate control you can remove the panel again and change the bulb
i install car stereo for a living and it happened to me once
now i remove the panel in those vans without turning the key on to move the shifter so the bulbs aren't on when i yank on the dash panel
i had to get the bulb from the dealer
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Did you install an aftermarket radio? Did it have a wiring harness adapter kit for the installation? If so, the adapter should have made the install a plug-and-play operation. If not, and you sppliced wires into the vehicle's dashboard wiring harness, you could have cut into something you shouldn't have. More than likely, during the removal of the old radio and installation of the new one, you inadvertently disconnected a non-radio plug/jack on the dashboard wiring harness. If someone else did the work, take it back to them and ask them to make it right.