Various possibilities, may be a loose caliper or pad. Maybe in the suspension. Ball joints, Radius arm bushings, control arm bushings Mine is doing the same thing. If it is a manual shift, try putting the e-brake on, put it in reverse, and ease the clutch out. If you hear the popping it is probably a control arm, wheel bearing, or cv axle.
front struts berings
It's probably a worn suspension part.
Check the bearing and wheel lugs.
There is something serious wrong, take it back!
Front cv joints most likely
Pull to the right.
Could be a wheel bearing
could be a tie rod
you might have sprained ityou might have fractured ityou might have pulled a muscle
That loud popping noise is most likely a sign that your CV axles are worn out. If you turn to the right and you hear the noise most likely it is the right side. and visa versa for if you turn left.
You may need to have your front end aliment checked out, also, your tire might be low in air pressure
My 92 Silverado right front brake sticking why
AnswerDon't know for sure, but it sounds like bad sway bar bushings. Answerthat means your cv axle u joints are going out. when you turn left and it makes the popping noise or like a galoping horse, that means the right side is bad. and visaversa for turning right. it should cost around 150-250 to fix. - On my 2002 Cavalier it made that noise and it was my strut mount had gone bad. Was about $50 to have it replaced since it is kind of dangerous to do.
Most likely it is the front axle joint
you might want to check your left side wheel bearings
Not much to go on here. If you have ever had rotator cuff surgery, it might be your left shoulder popping.
worn shock/strut/ spring.
Could be a bad CV joint. It would make a popping noise.
Stabilizer rod may need replacing,they are right behind the front tires,might as well check both sides.Could just need tightening.
you need a new bulb in right front.
A damaged/rusted/warped brake rotor on the right front.