If your company is not a direct production supplier of any parts or products containing tin, tantalum, tungsten, or gold supplied to Chrysler Group LLC ("Chrysler"), please fill out this survey by August 1, 2013.

* 1. Please provide information for the person (or persons) from your company responding to this survey who is (are) (i) knowledgeable about the use of tin, tantalum, tungsten, or gold in your products, and (ii) authorized to report this information to Chrysler.

* 2. Is tin, tantalum, tungsten, or gold contained in any product your company supplies to Chrysler?

* 3. How did you conclude that your company's products supplied to Chrysler do not contain tin, tantalum, tungsten, or gold?

  I have personal knowledge or have spoken to someone with personal knowledge of the material content of the products my company supplied to Chrysler My company has received information from our sub-suppliers confirming the material content of the products my company supplied to Chrysler do not contain the listed minerals Other (please explain)
Tantalum (Ta)
Tin (SN)
Tungsten (W)
Gold (Au)

* 4. If you answered "no" for all four Conflict Minerals (tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold) and have explained how you arrived at your conclusions please click on the certification below

If you answered "yes" or "I do not know" for a question, or failed to provide an explanation in question 3, you are required to do the following:

• Register your company for the iPoint Conflict Minerals Platform (iPCMP) tool, which has been endorsed by Chrysler and other OEMs, as well as many Tier 1 suppliers, to facilitate the exchange of company-level data and smelter/refiner data up and down the supply chain.

• Report in the iPCMP tool the required company-level data and, if known, the smelter/refiner data, for all Conflict Minerals in products your company supplies or expects to supply to Chrysler during calendar year 2013.

Collecting and reporting information on Conflict Minerals is expected to take months, so prompt action is critical. After you provide the Conflict Minerals Data, any next steps required to address supply-chain concerns involving your company will be communicated to you directly.

We appreciate your immediate attention to this matter. General information regarding these requirements and the iPCMP tool can be found at http://www.aiag.org/staticcontent/committees/workgroup.cfm?FC=CR&grp=WCOC&group=CMWG#

Please contact conflictmineralsreporting@chrysler.com if you have any company specific questions.