This litigation relates to Exhaust Systems purchased directly from a Defendant.
“Automotive Exhaust Systems” refers to one or more of the following: manifolds, flex pipes, catalytic converters, converters, diesel oxidation catalysts, diesel particulate filters, oxygen sensors, isolators, gaskets, clamps, resonator assemblies, pipe accessories, mufflers, muffler assemblies, and tubes. An exhaust system has a “hot end,” which is the part of the exhaust system that is mounted to the engine (generally comprising the manifold and/or catalytic converter) and a “cold end,” which is the part of the exhaust system that is mounted to the underbody of the car (and contains, for example, the muffler, pipes and/or the catalytic converter).
Proposed settlements have been reached with the Bosal, Eberspächer, Faurecia, Meritor, and Tenneco Defendants. Under the terms of the proposed settlements, Bosal will pay $48,000, Eberspächer will pay $1,850,000, Faurecia will pay $1,900,000, Meritor will pay $1,000,000, and Tenneco will pay $9,000,000.
If you purchased Exhaust Systems in the United States directly from any of the Defendants during the period from January 1, 2002 through February 12, 2018, you may be a member of the Bosal, Eberspächer, Faurecia, Meritor, or Tenneco Settlement Classes. If you remain in the Bosal, Eberspächer, Faurecia, Meritor, or Tenneco Settlement Classes and you wish to share in the settlement proceeds attributable to that settlement, you must complete and submit a valid Claim Form no later than November 21, 2020.
If you believe you are a member of the Bosal, Eberspächer, Faurecia, Meritor, or Tenneco Settlement Classes, please review the Notice, which contains information about the proposed settlements and your rights with respect to the settlements and related matters.
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