There could be something in the oil that is blocking oil flow in the galleries. Have you checked the condition of the oil for any foreign substances? It could also have something to do with the oil pump operation, but I think it unlikely.
This will not prevent the car from starting - will cause ABS light, traction control light (if equipped) and maybe weird low speed braking. Usually the fault of the lights is a bad wheel bearing/hub very common.
The EBCM (Electronic Brake Control Module) is mounted to the BPMV (Brake Pressure Modulator Valve) located at the left front (lower) engine compartment.
Its hard to fit your hand in the small space so best to remove the 2 bolts on top 10mm that are holding the headlight in place. The from the side, pull/pop the headlight assembly forward and out from behind the front grill area. Once its out, you can easily turn the retaining collar and remove the bulb. Be sure not to touch the glass of the new bulb or the oils from your fingers will create a hotspot and shorten the bulb life. Replace in reverse order.
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First thought- defective cylinder. Now when you say blown out do you mean came apart and the cups and cylinders came out? If that is so then I would say faulty installation. The cylinder rod may not have been installed correctly. Or the shoe hold down springs came apart.
I have a 2004 Suburban and the air bag light came on. It was one of the sensors located on the inside of the front bumper. They were cheap enough, I replaced both. Take the big plastic undercover off, and look on the inside of the front bumper, on the bottom, you will find them. A 10mm socket on a 1/4 drive reached them easily. Un hook the electrical connection, unbolt, and bolt on the new ones. Then reattach the electrical clip. Here is a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlcHQ-jmm0E