If you've bought a new car or had a new part installed in the last 20 years, you may be qualified to get some money back.
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It's due to a lawsuit settlement involving alleged auto parts price fixing.
Allegations are the major manufacturers of new parts schemed together to get the price higher than it should be. The makers have denied any allegations of wrongdoing.
The settlement involves new cars bought or leased between 1996 and 2016. It also includes customers who bought new auto parts.
The deadline to file is March 16. The potential award depends on how many people qualify.
Click hereto see if you qualify.
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