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Question DetailsAsked on 12/27/2013

How much should it cost to replace a catalytic converter on a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe?

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the center convertor assuming you have a 3.5 v6 engine, including tax and labor should be $1050.00. good luck.

Answered 6 years ago by uniqueauto


Parts appear to be about $350 online for a complete catalytic converter and exhaust piping.

Figure on a few more bucks for mark-up and 02 sensor replacement.

Not sure what labor is but $700 for labor seems a bit much. Even at $100 per isn't 7 hours worth of work.

Answered 6 years ago by Davidhughes


well I do not know the other person may have read something I did not, my quote was for O.E.M catalytic convertor, not micky mose, e-bay, shop and garages do not use e-bay, takes to long and no warranty, if you are doing it your self may be this is the way to go, from the hyunday, the catalytic convertor is 841.12 plus gaskets and bols or hardware plus labor and most likelly reset the light, test drive and make sure it will pass or make sure the repair was done right.

what is funny is that this person can buy a new catalytic convertor for $350.00, the core , the junk that you remove from the car, has the value of $125.00, yes for a junk convertor, so the one for $350.00 must be real good brand and make. do is you well.

Answered 6 years ago by uniqueauto


Quick question...who makes that OEM part for Hyundai?

I am sorry you took offense to my reply but your pricing just seemed to be a bit out of range.

Hyundai doesn't make their own exhaust parts to begin with so as long at the part is OEM specifications, the point is largely moot. I know there are some crap manufacturers that make OEM parts that don't last until you get it out of the parking lot, but Walker and Magnaflow are not in that category.

Looks like you can get a stainless replacement for $300. Is stainless now a downgrade over your OEM part as well?


Answered 6 years ago by Davidhughes

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