I have a strange popping noise that is coming from the front passenger side of the car. Currently I can elicit the sound when pressing the brake at low speed, accelerating from a stop, sometimes with dips in the road like a small pot hole or a large crack in the road. The pop sounds like a pop that bad suspension bushings would make. The sound intially could only be made accelerating from a stop and was a small pop. It now has gotten louder and has a resonant ping to it like something is sliding into or out of place. I recently, as in less than a month ago, had a clutch job done and changed from snow tires to winter tires. About a year ago I had my control arms, from bad bushings, and wheel bearings replaced on both sides. I am considering taking the car in to have it checked as the popping does not sound very pleasant and I cannot determine if this is a problem related to the brakes or the suspension and related parts or something else entirely. What could this be from? Could there be some crazy connection to a hack job on my clutch replacement? I ask because the guy I usually take my car to does not do transmission work and had to take it to another mechanic. I need ideas to further ascertain what the problem is in my car and if it could be an easy fix. I've been throwing so much money at this car recently I really do not want to have to dump more money into it. Thanks guys.