Okay so let me start by saying this all started about a month ago when I blew my front left tire on the interstate. The car is taking bumps very oddly on the front left now. Extra hard, extra noisy. I'm hearing bumps in the road that I can't even see, there is a popping feeling in the floorboard over hard bumps, and a faint "clicking" feeling through the pedals, even on a flat stretch of road. On the way home with the donut on the day I blew the tire, it definitely felt rougher, but I chalked that up to simply being because it was on the donut. But now with new tires on, it's just getting worse. The balljoints (Steeda X2's, if it matters) seem fine to me, and there isn't any play in the wheel bearing (at least last time I checked, which the issue has gotten worse since then). I even replaced the relatively new struts, which I thought at first fixed the issue, but after driving the car for a little while, the issue just continued to get worse. I tried checking the A-Arm bushings, but there didn't seem to be any play in the arm, nor did the bushings look damaged, but I admittedly am no expert on those. Tie rod ends (bumpsteer kit) looked fine. Tonight while in my school's parking garage, I noticed a clicking noise definitely coming from the front left while making sharp left turn. Then it banged and popped like crazy on the way home, I had to pray the whole wheel wasn't about to go flying! I'm just kind of at a loss for what to look for right now, and unfortunately this is my only vehicle at the moment, and I just need to make it work for another month or so (at worst) before I get my new dd. So does anyone have any idea of what could be causing this?