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ASA Warns Consumers About Counterfeit Auto Parts in New York Post

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The Automotive Service Association (ASA) recently
discussed the increasing problem of counterfeit auto parts, including airbags,
in the New York Post.

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"Counterfeit airbags scare us," ASA President
Ron Pyle told the Post. "Airbags run $2,000 to $4,000, and the underground
market sells replacement airbags that are inferior and in some cases are not
necessarily replacements, even worse, just selling cosmetic components with a
cover and no inner [bag]."

The article stated that the federal Customs and Border
Protection’s Office of International Trade reported that airbags were the No. 1
seized counterfeit auto part in 2010 and year-to-date 2011. 


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