Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is set to pay a $9.5 million civil penalty related to allegations that it misled investors about its diesel emissions scandal, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The settlement, announced Monday, is just one piece in FCA’s diesel case, which, like Volkswagen’s Dieselgate, focused on claims the company installed so-called defeat devices to cheat emissions testing.

Defeat devices would let a vehicle perform differently during testing than on the road, leading to excessive pollution. In addition to FCA and VW, numerous auto companies and the auto supplier Bosch have been accused of or agreed to settle claims of diesel emissions cheating.

The FCA case involved approximately 100,000 2014-16 Eco-diesel Ram 1500 pickups and Jeep Grand Cherokees. An earlier estimate put the expected cost to FCA for a class-action settlement, various penalties and other costs at more than $790 million. FCA has acknowledged that it’s