I appreciate everyone's input. It sounded pretty easy so I decided to do the job myself. Mine was not the crystalized problem, just a burned out lamp. Anyway, I took the front wheel off and then took the seven snaps and screws out. Once the access panel was off, I still had to take nuts off the three studs on the headlamp assembly. The headlamp then slides forward and lifts out of the body. It was then easy to access the lamp socket. One interesting thing about the bulb itself, it is a 3757 amber bulb and the auto parts guy tried to sell me a 3157. The 3157 is available almost everywhere, but I had to go to a Cadillac dealer for the correct 3757 bulb. It's GM part number 10319395. The dealer had offered to do the job on warranty, but he's 22 miles away so I took care of it myself. It cost me $6. Thanks everyone.
BTW, the holes for the headlamp studs are fairly long slots, so if you can see weatherstrips from the driver's seat, the headlamp assembly was probably not slid in far enough before being tightened down.