2008 Access Cab Toyota Tacoma SR5 4X4
So I'm not sure if I just didn't notice it before or if it just started recently. I haven't done any hard off roading recently except just a dirt trail that would basically be the equivalent of a bunch of speed bumps and I took it way slow.
I'm getting a single kind of a mix between a "pop" and a "clunk" sound that is coming from what sounds like the center front when I come to a full stop in normal driving. Sometimes there is a faint pop when I am braking maybe around 15 or 20 MPH. But there definitely is one when I come to a full stop. If I coast uphill and start rolling back and brake there is a pop/clunk there too. But if I crawl to a stop with barely any brake pressure I don't hear anything.
This only happens when I have been going forward. I tried it a few times just putting my truck in first and gassed then braked and I would get a pop/clunk. If I was in reverse and gassed then braked it wouldn't do it.
This is blowing my mind. I don't know why it does it only when going forward or rolling backwards down hill but not when reversing. Then the occasional faint pop when braking around 20 MPH...
I've tried searching this and most of what I found was with turning. I had a pop when I was turning at a certain angle going forward and if I put it in reverse right after the pop it would pop again. I just tightened all my LCA camber bolts so hopefully that fixes the problem. I have a Billy + OME 885 lift on the front and everything else is stock. The sway bar does not seem to come close to the coils. Anyone have any insight on this too if the tightening doesn't fix the problem?