Lear is afraid it could become collateral damage if the UAW strikes Delphi.
Such a strike would shut General Motors within days, and GM is Lear's largest customer. The seat and interiors maker generates about 25 percent of its $17 billion in annual sales from GM.
Lear COO Douglas DelGrosso said last week that he's optimistic that Delphi, the UAW and GM can cut a deal before the nuclear button gets pushed.
"The amount of business we do with Delphi is relatively small, DelGrosso said. "It's really the disruption of the industry that would have an impact on us."