You can just pull it out and sent to have the solder joints fixed. No need to reprogram since it is the original.
I’ve done this with many Volvo modules. Worked great. I used these guys: https://xemodex.com/us/
They fix the module (solder joints, bulbs, power supply, transistors, whatever) and ship it back. They have express shipping. They are an example of a module repair company. Don’t know if they’ve got the service for your exact module, but...
I’m willing to bet that there is a whole trade industry fixing GM modules. Google. Surf the Chevy forums.
Barring that, get the dealer to do it. A new (or used) module that isn’t original to your car will need to be reprogrammed. For that, you’ll want full - up dealer software and a warranty.