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Below are the top auto parts stocks in terms of revenue estimate for the current year.

Analysts expect Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) to post revenue of $42.45 billion for the year ending September, 2012. Johnson Controls' trailing-twelve-month revenue is $42.35 billion.

Magna International (NYSE: MGA) is expected to report revenue of $29.74 billion for the year ending December, 2012. Magna International's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $29.61 billion.

TRW Automotive Holdings (NYSE: TRW) is likely to post revenue of $16.32 billion in the year ending December, 2012. TRW Automotive's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $16.35 billion.

Delphi Automotive PLC (NYSE: DLPH) may report revenue of $15.79 billion in the year ending December, 2012. Delphi Automotive's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $15.92 billion.

Lear (NYSE: LEA) is estimated to post revenue of $14.31 billion in the year ending December, 2012. Lear's trailing-twelve-month revenue is $14.28 billion.

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