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Question Light bulb question

Hi I have two quick questions.
#1) Does anybody know the bulb number for the little light under the door lock button on a 94 PA. Im tired of feeling around for the switch in the dark.

#2) Does anybody know where I can get an A3173B (or what the interchange is) light bulb for the rear reading lamp. I called about 10 dealerships and went to a few parts stores and no body knows what I'm talking about.

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