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The lights are out of my factory radio

I have a factory GM radio in a 2001 Yukon. a couple of lights were burned out in the past, now none of the lights behind the controls work. The blue florecant screen is fine. just what should show through white. Is this a possable repair I can do or must it be sent in, and if so where could I have this done

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Best bet is having a after market radio put in it will be least expensive that way. or just take the radio to the dealer and they should be able to sell you a remanufactured radio i hope this helps you

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