Oh geez...you're not gonna believe this but just yesterday I pulled the drivers door panel off to reinforce the upper screw ports where you secure the trim via with about a pair of1.5" screws mounted on the door jamb and front, top near the upper hinge. As you know, these are soft points that tends break on the inside of the door and then the door trim flaps in the breeze when you close it and the screw has nothing to bite into. Oh, it's a 1998 Buick Riviera BTW. Anyway, while reinforcing with some washers glued to the INSIDE of the plastic trim, I took a look at the "door pull light" to see if it was as simple as a bulb replacement. 'Course not. The lower lamp illuminates the drivers side door handle. It is a two wire lamp that has a piece of shrink wrap right on the black part that sits inside the blue bezel that gives it a soft glow. One wire is white, and the other orange. Two prongs and I'm kicking myself for not taking photos. Anyway, that bulb has to be around the smallest 12V bulbs I've every dealt with. It is NOT a push in bulb, for that would be too easy. I searched eBay and various sources...nothing. Couldn't even find it on a schematic (but maybe I wasn't looking hard enough or in the right place). Anyway, I've seen this bulb before, when I was repairing a Nissan Maxima, 1996 vintage, and was replacing lamps in the HVAC controller. Small small small bulb with the little "smurf" blue condoms over them. Of course, on the Buick, you won't need them (nor want them, as the lamp will then NOT FIT into the blue bezel. Back then, I bought a 2 pack of Radio Shack 272-1092 (and I hope the number is correct). You get a tiny lamp with about a 1-1.5" wire lead (2 of them, obviously). Anyway, on the Riv, the bulb is probably soldered into the black housing, and I couldn't get it out no how except breaking it. By carefully drilling the black plastic housing THRU the white and orange holes (yes, I had to cut the wires), I was able to clean out the holes, strip the white and orange wires and solder in a new lamp (you have plenty of wire--plenty). Now I didn't go to Radio Shack for the bulb, but grabbed an instrument switch bulb from the cruise control switch (note, I didn't say "dashboard") from a Honda Odyssey, because it was the smallest bulb I could find on a Sunday that fit inside the blue bezel. I demounted (if that's a correct word) the bulb from the Honda housing and had enough exposed wire to solder it to the orange and white wires. Not a great fit, but it did work with two small pieces of duct tape to hold the bulb into the bezel. Oh, one more thing, do test the lamp FIRST so you know it's gonna work before you solder it. I tested it with a cheap ohmmeter when I used the 2000 ohm setting and touched both wires. Bingo. Had resistance in this used bulb, so I could conclude it'd work. And after patching it all together, it did. IF you really need a picture of the bulb, I can probably unwind a spare and send/post a picture. I drilled the wires with a very fine Dremel bit to preserve the integrity of the plastic...but it did work. I'm not even gonna tell you how much time I spent on this silly project (hours), but like you, if there's a bulbs out or a leak in the driveway, it drives me nuts.