That's the most common problem; when did you replace uca/lca parts last?
The Shock, the shock mount, ball joints, or even wheel bearings can make noise.
Are you sure it's the right front? It can be hard to tell inside the car.
An easy way these days is to put your phone on record, lay it on the ground, and drive over it, at a speed bump.
You can hear where the noise is, and may be able to see something move.
A magnet tucked into the case so it sticks under the car can be used, just don't do that if your phone has a "No Touch" charger, it will fry it.
Also, don't run over your phone, lol.
Something else, depending on how worn the EGR system is, the EGR solenoid may be laying in the front fenderwell, making noise.
If the EGR code is on, I'd check that.
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