I cannot tell from your image Paul, if the bulb is a T10 501 W5W or a T5 286. The problem I have had with finding replacement pilot light type holders when the holder is bespoke and not sourced from a manufacturer, the holders were not made available standalone, and never had a part or identification number. You mentioned wires to Duncan, can I assume the holder is push in rubber and the supply wires have become detached, or is it push and twist hard plastic with PCB (Printed Circuit Board)
side contacts, I cannot tell from your photo. I have some push fit T5 286 rubber holders I took from one of my Goldwings. I have also hot glued SMDs into rubber and plastic holders, utilising a resistor in the loom added to the rubber holder, and a micro resistor inside a plastic holder.
brighter, and the glue acts as a diffuser. If you get stuck let me know, I can look at developing a superior mod to the filament bulb.
Or is it just the bulb you are after, if that is the case though you would have pulled out the bulb to take the photo.
I have nightmares about replacing a dash bulb on a GoldWing, it is equivalent to taking the dashboard out of a 75 to get to the rear of the instrument cluster. Last time I removed all the filaments and replaced them with LED (Light Emitting Diode)
's. Next time I have it to bits I am replacing the radio units dull as dishwater filament backlighting with SMD's.