In Re: Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation


If Your Company Bought or Leased New Motor Vehicles, or Bought Certain Auto Parts Since 1998, You Could Qualify for a Payment from Settlements Totaling Approximately $604 Million


Complete and submit the form below if you wish to apply for a payment and if, from 1998 to 2015, you or your company: (1) bought or leased new motor vehicles (for your own use and not for resale), or (2) bought motor vehicle replacement parts (from retailer or dealership and not the parts manufacturer). New motor vehicles include, but are not limited to, automobiles, cars, light trucks, pickup trucks, crossovers, vans, mini-vans, and sport utility vehicles.  AND you bought or leased your motor vehicles or bought auto parts in the following states:

Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia.

Company or Entity Name:

Authorized Individual Name and Title:

Street Address:








Number of Vehicles Purchased

Year of Purchase/Lease State of Purchase/Lease Make Model Quantity

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Auto Parts Purchased
In addition to your motor vehicle purchases, you may also show how many relevant auto parts your company purchased from 1998 to 2015. Below please provide copies of the invoices or documents showing the number of relevant parts purchased.
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IMPORTANT: DO NOT FILE if you have already filed. Questions? Email us: contact@autoclaim.org. The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan is in charge of a case called In re Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation, MDL No. 2311 and any settlements thereof. Although the Settling Defendants* have agreed to settle, the Settling Defendants do not agree that they engaged in any wrongdoing. There are other specialized companies that may offer to file your claim for a fee. Before you sign a contract with one of these companies, you should decide whether using a specialized company is worth the cost. In some states, this notice may be considered attorney advertising. This site www.autoclaim.org and its affiliates operate independently as claimant representatives and as such are not court-appointed counsel or claims administrator.


* Settling Defendants and/or their predecessors, subsidiaries and affiliates or those alleged to be their co-conspirators include: AB SKF; Aisin Automotive Casting, LLC; Aisan Corporation of America; Aisan Industry Co., Ltd.; Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.; Alps Automotive Inc.; Alps Electric (North America), Inc.; Alps Electric Co., Ltd.; American Furukawa, Inc.; American Mitsuba Corporation; American Showa, Inc.; ASMO Co., Ltd.; ASMO Greenville Of North Carolina, Inc.; ASMO Manufacturing, Inc.; ASMO North America, LLC; Asti Corporation; Autoliv ASP Corporation, Autoliv B.V. & Co. KG, Autoliv, Inc., Autolive Japan Ltd., and Autoliv Safety Technology, Inc. (collectively “Autoliv”); Bosch Electrical Drives Co., Ltd.; Bridgestone APM Company; Bridgestone Corporation; Calsonic Kansei Corporation; Calsonic Kansei North America, Inc.; Chiyoda Manufacturing Corporation; Chiyoda USA Corporation; Continental Automotive Electronics LLC; Continental Automotive Korea Ltd.; Continental Automotive Systems, Inc.; Delphi Automotive LLP; Delphi Powertrain Systems Korea Ltd.; Denso Corporation; Denso International America, Inc.; Denso International Korea Corporation; Denso Korea Automotive Corporation; Diamond Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd.; Diamond Electric Mfg. Corporation; DTR Industries, Inc.; Franklin Precision Industry, Inc.; Fujikura America, Inc.; Fujikura Automotive America, LLC; Fujikura Ltd.; Furukawa Electric Company, Ltd.; G.S. Electech, Inc.; G.S. Wiring Systems, Inc.; G.S.W. Manufacturing, Inc.; Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd., Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. and Hitachi Ltd. (collectively “Hitachi”); Hyundam Industrial Co., Ltd.; Ichikoh Industries, Ltd.; Ii Stanley Co., Inc.; JTEKT Automotive North America, Inc.; JTEKT Corporation; Keihin Corporation; Keihin North America, Inc.; Koito Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; Koyo Corporation of USA; K&S Wiring Systems; Inc.; Kyungshin-Lear Sales and Engineering, LLC; Lear Corporation; Leoni Wiring Systems, Inc.; Leonische Holding, Inc.; Maruyasu Industries Co., Ltd;. Mikuni American Corporation; Mikuni Corporation; Mitsuba Corporation; Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc.; Mitsubishi Electric Corporation; Mistubishi Electric US Holdings, Inc.; Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc.; Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Climate Control, Inc.; Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.; Nachi America Inc.; Nachi-Fujikoshi Corporation; New Sabina Industries, Inc., Nippon Seiki Company, Ltd., North American Lighting, Inc.; N.S. International, Ltd., NSK Americas, Inc. and NSK, Ltd. (collectively “Nippon Seiki”); NTN Corporation; NTN USA Corporation; Panasonic Corporation and Panasonic Corporation of North America (collectively “Panasonic”); Robert Bosch GmbH; Robert Bosch LLC; S-Y Systems Technologies Europe GmbH; Schaeffler AG; Schaeffler Group USA, Incorporated; Showa Corporation; SKF AB; Stanley Electric Co., Ltd.; Stanley Electric U.S. Co., Inc.; Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.; Sumitomo Electric Wintec America, Inc.; Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems, Inc.; Sumitomo Riko Company Limited; Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Ltd.; Sumitomo Wiring Systems (U.S.A.) Inc.; Takata Corporation GmbH; TG Missouri Corp.; TK Holdings, Inc.; Tokai Rika Co, Ltd.; Tokai Rubber Industries, Ltd.; Toyo Automotive Parts (USA), Inc.; Toyo Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd.; Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing Inc.; Toyo Tire North America OE Sales LLC; Toyoda Gosei Co. Ltd.; Toyoda North America Corp Tram, Inc. D/B/A Tokai Rika U.S.A. Inc.; T. Rad Co., Ltd.; T.Rad North America, Inc.; Tram, Inc.; TRW Automotive Holdings Corporation and TRW Deutschland Holding GmbH (collectively “TRW”); Valeo Climate Control Corp.; Valeo Electrical Systems, Inc.; Valeo Inc.; Valeo Japan Co., Ltd.; Valeo S.A.; Yamashita Rubber Co., Ltd.; Yazaki Corporation and Yazaki North America, Inc. (collectively “Yazaki”); and YUSA Corporation.