Free Catalytic Converter

Get a free catalytic converter…

…and have it installed free of charge!

The Eastern Catalytic engineering department is constantly developing catalytic converters for new car and truck applications. We develop our Direct-fit converters by fitting them to the specific vehicle they’re designed for. If your car or truck is one of the vehicles we’re developing a new system for, you may be able to receive a new, no-cost catalytic converter for free.*

Eastern Catalytic will pay for the shipping and handling for your old converter and for the new converter we’ll send you.

NOTE: Eastern will only accept the OE Catalytic converter. Any converter that has been altered or any aftermarket converter will not be accepted.

All OE converters that become the explicit property of Eastern Manufacturing. All new catalytic converters we provide come with the standard EPA warranty.

Free installation available

If you are able to leave your vehicle with our developers for up to 5 business days at our development facility in Langhorne, PA, you can receive free converter installation as well.

While your vehicle is with our developers, we assume responsibility for it. Like all Eastern Catalytic Converters, the replacement system you receive will meet or exceed the Original Equipment Manufacturers specifications for fit and performance.

*Free Converter replacements available only for vehicles whose converters are broken, damaged and/or have a MIL light indicating a converter problem. We recommend that vehicle owners have the cause of the converter failure diagnosed and repaired before installing any new converter. We do not guarantee that the new converter will correct the MIL light condition, and additional parts may be required. Eastern Catalytic does not provide vehicle diagnostics or repairs, and does not sell additional parts.

Free Catalytic Program Signup

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  • IMPORTANT NOTE:

    Before submitting your vehicle information to request a free converter, you must determine whether the vehicle was manufactured to CARB or Federal (EPA) specifications .

    Vehicles manufactured for sale in states that follow CARB regulations could have exhaust systems components that may be different from vehicles manufactured for sale in states that follow Federal (EPA) regulations. Check your vehicle’s emissions label before you select your emissions type.

    Common vehicle emissions label locations are:

    1. On the front radiator support
    2. On the strut tower plate
    3. Under the engine hood

    Typical label showing a California system

    Typical label showing a Federal system


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