This litigation relates to Oxygen Sensors purchased directly from a Defendant.

“Oxygen Sensors” refers to the electronic sensors located before and after the catalytic converter in the exhaust system used to measure the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. Oxygen Sensors provide signals or data to the automobile’s engine management computer, which then adjusts the ratio of air/fuel injected into the engine to compensate for excess air or excess fuel.

Settlements with the NGK and DENSO 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.

The Claims Administration process relating to these settlements is ongoing. Please click here if you have any questions concerning this litigation, or need any additional information.