Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
It is either a rusty u-joint,or the strut/shock has a rubber or plastic piece the spring slides on when wheels are turned and when this keeps gunked up from road grime and rust the plastic or rubber fails to turn easy and then all the sudden breaks free when wheels are turned and the pop you hear is the strut spring snapping back,while it is annoying it won't hurt anything,but to fix it correctly you need to drop the strut and clean the upper plate and apply a good waterproof grease.
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