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First, inspect the tires. Check for a bubble, uneven tread, or a shifted belt. If the tires are worn, they can cause this. If you suspect it may be a tire or even a bent wheel issue, rotate the tires to see if the noise changes location.
Here is a link that discusses clunking or popping noises in the front end. Take a look through it to see if it helps.
Now, if you are hearing a clunking noise, it is important to have the steering and suspension components checked. If you have a good jack and safety stands, lift one side of the front end off the ground at a time and grab the wheel at both 3 and 9 o-clock as well as 6 and 12 and wiggle the wheel to see if there is excessive play in any of the components.
I attached an exploded view of the steering and suspension components.
Check for bushings that are bad, excessive play in any of the components, and confirm the steering stabilizer bushings and bar are in good condition.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you have other questions.
Thursday, December 6th, 2018 AT 8:18 PM