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This happens when the car has not been driven for several hours. I back up, put it in gear, roll forward a few feet then press on the brake. It makes a really loud "popping" sound. I have had the brakes checked and they are in great condition. Any ideas?

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Might be a bad ball joint or sway bar bushing

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