yeah it should be a standard style of bulb. it is kind of a pain to get to as you have to remove the gauge cluster and and the back of the cluster to get to the bulb. Get your service manual and read it!
Unless you run into an unexpected issue, it's a 30 to 45 minute job (tops). I had to pull my gauge cluster last month when a dead battery made my tach flip over the top, and then got jammed on the temp gauge.
Pull the headlamp bucket apart, disconnnect/remove the speedo/tach wiring, remove the cluster brackets, unbolt the cluster, and then do the fine work at your kitchen table. Two (?) screws get the back plate off, another bunch let you pull the speedo/tach board, and you'll be able to see the bulb housing to pull it and get the correct replacement.
FYI - other posts on here have talked about replacing stock bulbs with different colors or LED's. Check it out if you want something different. As always, good luck...