There’s a new sheriff in town, and he doesn’t like sham operations selling auto parts under the names of General Motors, Ford and the Mopar division of DaimlerChrysler. The Big Three have formed a posse of sorts, called the Global Industry Network, to hunt down and seek charges against parts counterfeiters. These seedy outfits sell parts that are packaged as if they came directly from the automakers. But these parts seldom meet performance standards set by the automakers. It’s a huge ...
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