Yes, this is a trivial DIY but I figured I'd post it anyways.
I took the whole assembly for the glove box light out, just so people can see how it's held in there, but really all you need is a short flathead screwdriver to pop the light housing out from the back, seen below:
The problem is that you can't see what you're doing back there, so it may just be easier to pull the housing out all together, since it's a relatively easy thing to do.
There's a single Phillip's head screw holding the little plastic housing to the back of the dash that needs to be taken out, seen below:
What I was confused about and wanted to mention here is that this screw isn't the only thing holding the housing in. There's a small plastic clip built into the housing, that wedges into the back of the dash to keep it from moving around (I presume). You can see where it wedges in in the photo below (right next to the conveniently places arrow).
**I wanted to mention this because it's impossible to see what's holding in the housing, and if you're like I am, I didn't want to break anything - so this is telling you don't be afraid to just yank it out.
The plastic clip that gets wedged in:
And that's it! Really simple, but I felt that people who got to the same spot as I did would take some comfort in knowing that, after removing the screw, you can
just yank it out.