Originally Posted by x_mods
SRS is the airbags: Supplemental Restraint System.
The airbag light might be one of those open/close the door 10 times and turn the key 3.5 times things...
If NC doesn't want to do a write up I can tell you what you need to know and take a few pics.
X - I hope that fixes it! I haven't actually driven my truck since finishing my install but I will test that fix today. A few months ago I accidentally drained the battery overnight and had to jump start it. The VDC light came on then and went away shortly after driving.
S0UL - Here is a link to the Master Sheet on removing the door panels: Radio (how to take the dash apart) - PHOTOS.TOY4RUNNER.COM
I found that on this forum while digging around for stereo write ups. It's pretty straight forward to remove the door panels, though the rears were more resistant to popping off. I have a set of panel removal tools that i bought from Crutchfield and those helped getting the panels off without marking them. They are like mini crowbars made of plastic. I think it was $12 for the set.
For the fronts you need a 10mm socket, a pick (or small flat head screw driver) and the panel tool (or, again, a small flat head screw driver). Start with the plastic trim in the door pull (two pieces) and that will reveal one 10mm bolt. The master sheet says its a screw but in my truck it was a bolt. Then move to the arm rest. There are plastic clips all around the bottom edge of the arm rest. This one was stubborn, but pry up along the edge to remove it. When it is off you'll see two 10mm bolts with philips screw heads. You can use either a socket or screwdriver to remove these. Once those are out, you can start popping off the door panel. I started from the hinge side and worked down, then over, then up the opposite side. When all those clips are out, wiggle the door up and off the window seal. The power window and locks will still be connected and unplug these if you can. I found them to be the biggest pain in the a** to get free.
For the rears, you need a 14mm socket and a pry tool/flat-head screw driver. First, pop the plastic caps off of the top and bottom seat belt anchors. The top is two pieces - an outer plastic trim and the interior pull piece that adjusts the height of the seat belt. BE CAREFUL to NOT pop off the plastic pull that allows you to move the top up and down. I did this by accident on the second door and I haven't been able to get it back on yet. Once you remove the top and bottom bolts, you're ready to start popping off the door panel. ONE NOTE - make sure the clips come off with the door panel. The orange clips that hold the door panel on are near impossible to remove without breaking if they somehow slip out of the door panel.
Hope that helps! I'm going to upload photos to a flickr site and then link them here. Stay tuned...