Q: Single click sound from front brakes?

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So for a while now, I’ve noticed when I get in my car and start driving, the first time I press on the brakes, I hear a single click. And that’s it. I don’t hear it any other time. It’s always when it’s been sitting for a while and the first time I press on the brake. I’m thinking it’s maybe a worn ball joint?

My car has 91000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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