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Q: Why are the mounts so costly for a 2004 sante fe

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I have a 2004 hyundai sante fe and I was wondering why are my motor mounts so high in cost,especially the side mount

A: I can’t answer this question intelligently....

I can’t answer this question intelligently. Some parts cost more money than others. I’m sorry that it costs so much but we as mechanics have no say on the price of parts or maintenance costs.

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