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).
Settlements with the Bosal, Eberspächer, Faurecia, Meritor, and Tenneco Defendants, and a plan for distribution of the settlement funds, have been approved by the Court. To see documents relating to these settlements click here.
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