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I had the same problem. The clicking noise sounded like a worn bearing.
Noise started after I replaced the alternator / aircon belt.

Solution - replaced the belt with a genuine Hyundai belt.

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Check the belt to see if any chunks are missing out of the ribbed underside, is the belt very old, how many miles on it?

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