I did an amp install, and during the install it started raining pretty bad. I was in the middle of routing the power line through the grommet on the driver's side of the firewall when it started raining. So, I wasn't able to wrap it back up with tape on the exterior side. As a result, a lot of water got in and the insulation under the carpet around the foot rest was soaked. This work was done at my parents' house, and I needed to get back to my place 100 miles from there so I could go to work the next day. I was able to finish the wiring, and everything works fine, except for needing to fine tune the amp. However, on my way home I noticed the airbag warning light is blinking. I went to a gas station to make sure that the seat-belt wiring didn't become undone, but it was fine. I figured that I would give my truck several days to dry-out, which it now is, but the warning lamp is still blinking. I've even disconnected the positive battery lead for a half hour to drain down the capacitors in the computer to possibly erase any error codes that may have been triggered from some momentary problem during the install that may have happened. But the light is still on. I've checked and double-checked the wiring, and it's right. The SRS system was never tampered with, but yet the light is still on. The service manual discusses errors being accompanied by a solid light, not a blinking light. Frankly, I don't know what to do except take it to the dealer, which may cost a lot of money. Does anyone have any suggestions?