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Question Red LED Lamp for Front Door Armrest

Hello All,

I recently picked up a 1999 Bonneville SLE (in addition to my current 1993 SLE). Gotta love these rides....

I have searched high and low for information regarding a replacement bulb/socket for the red LED lamps located in the upper door handle mirror switch applique that illuminate the pwer window/lock switches in the front doors. There does not seem to be any OEM information for these bulbs.

Does anyone know or can suggest what I can use to replace these bulbs? I'm getting the feeling that a trip to Radio Shack may be the answer but if there is a correct OEM replacement out there I'd rather go with that.

Thanks in advance to all who respond.
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