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Spindler to the brakes on 2004 Hyundai Elantra is it expensive?

There is a metal noise at times in the front of the car. the mechanic states the spindler needs replaced inside the brakes

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    hi from the uk would like to help/advise on your problem unfortunately uk terminology on car components seemto differ from what we in uk understand but however if you could help by explaining the spindler??? inside the brakes ? as not sure what spindler is? hope you understand its just as disc's on brakes in uk are called rotors etc

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There is a metal cover look under neath the metal cover is hitting the rotor and knuckle they call it/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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Hi,
now a worn or damaged outboard CV joint would make a clicking noise while turning. when the vehicle pulls to one side during braking it could be a number of problems.
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Otherwise, look under your vehicle and make sure you aren't in fact, dragging a plastic piece from your under body.

Good luck!

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