How much does it cost to replace a Dodge Ram 2500 catalytic converter?

I took my Ram 2500 into the shop because my check engine light turned on mysteriously, and my mechanic let me know that it has to do with my catalytic converter. They said it would need to be replaced. How much will it cost to replace a catalytic converter for a Dodge Ram 2500?

Abbey Orzech · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
I’m sorry to hear your vehicle is having trouble! It’s good that you brought it into a professional early, though, so you don’t have to deal with worse issues down the line.
Unfortunately, a
Ram 2500 catalytic converter replacement is on the more expensive side of car repairs. Your exact model year and auto shop will determine the exact pricing of the replacement, but according to RepairPal, a
Ram 2500
catalytic converter part is around $2,000, not including labor. With labor, you’ll likely add on $100-$150.
A working catalytic converter is an
essential part of your vehicle
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