Take it to the garage and have them check for a cracked rotor or a loose caliper.
A damaged/rusted/warped brake rotor on the right front.
Brakes CV joints or bearings.
Failed Master Cylinder would be my guess. Replace the Master Cylinder.
yes it can and it can also cause sweeling of the throat
There is a dead short to ground in the circuit.
no kicking, thumping, hard knocks of any kind will not directly cause cancer
It may be your CV joints
I have a 2003, I got my brakes re done like 2 weeks ago, and then it started grinding loudly and thumping, turns out I have to get a new drive shaft.
get the person out pf your trunk...lol
A busted motor mount, for one.
Have that tire checked sometimes the belts inside can break and cause a thumping noise
I think i can help; where are you from?
if it is front wheel drive then you need new drive axels
Yes, But not so bad you are light headed , just a little thumping is usual.
A broken tire belt or bubble.
No but, a bad shock or strut along with a wheel out of balance could.
If brakes are sticking and you drive for a long distance, then yes
The most common cause is from the brakes overheating from being overworked.
you need new brakes
Depending on the nature of the noise, when it occurs and more description, it'll be very hard to offer ideas on a cause. One thing that does cause 'noise', is a thumping / clicking when changing the heater temperature setting. See "Related Questions" below for more about that particular problem.
worn brakes could be the cause or check the A frame bushings
...convert the rolling energy into heat.
Check the universal joints in the driveshaft.
Getting too hot