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  • 26875 Robin Ct, Flat Rock, MI 48134 (734) 789-9795
  • Woodhaven, MI
  • 6749 Winona Ave, Allen Park, MI 48101 (313) 382-7205
  • Wayne, MI

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Us Patents

Rear Vehicle Storage System

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US Patent:
6338518, Jan 15, 2002
Filed:
Feb 28, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/514672
Inventors:
Gary J. DAnnunzio - Macomb Township MI
Patrick M. Murray - Southfield MI
Steven J. Allen - Oxford MI
Marilyn D. Vala - Rochester MI
Todd A. Mysliwiec - Allen Park MI
Vincent VanLierde - Farmington Hills MI
Jason P. Baldas - Warren MI
Assignee:
Lear Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
B60N 312
US Classification:
296 378, 296 3714, 296 3716, 296 241
Abstract:
A storage system is provided for the rear storage compartment of a vehicle. The storage system may include a collapsible cart that is received in tracks in a load floor. Other types of objects may be stored on the load floor or in compartments below the load floor. Compartments may be provided below the load floor on a tray having multiple compartments that is rotatable within a well formed under the load floor. A frame for storing removable trays, bins or the collapsible cart may be used to store objects above the load floor.

Center Console Stored Extensible Tray Table

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US Patent:
6347590, Feb 19, 2002
Filed:
Feb 28, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/514459
Inventors:
Gary DAnnunzio - Macomb Township MI
Todd A. Mysliwiec - Allen Park MI
Patrick M. Murray - Southfield MI
Jason P. Baldas - Warren MI
Jeff A. Kempf - Romeo MI
Frank Olson - Ortonville MI
Assignee:
Lear Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
A47B 300
US Classification:
108 44, 297145, 29718815, 3122352, 108 25
Abstract:
A tray table for a vehicle that is extensible from and may be stored in a center console. The center console has longitudinally shiftable lateral side walls that define a pocket for storing the tray table. The lateral walls of the center console are moveable along a track to permit fore and aft adjustment of the location of the table relative to a seat in the vehicle. A push button is provided on a pivot locking mechanism to lock and unlock a tray support arm. A cup holder may be provided on the tray support arm that is moveable between a storage position in which it is parallel to the tray support arm and a use position in which it is perpendicular to the tray support arm.

Adjustable Seat Bolsters

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US Patent:
6802563, Oct 12, 2004
Filed:
Mar 6, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/519896
Inventors:
Todd A. Mysliwiec - Allen Park MI
Gregory S. Fraley - Farmington Hills MI
John R. Sims - Dearborn MI
Assignee:
Lear Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
A47C 702
US Classification:
2972849, 29745235
Abstract:
A vehicle seat assembly includes a seat back having a frame, and the frame has first and second bolster mounting portions. Each bolster mounting portion has first, second and third receptacles. The seat assembly also includes first and second bolsters selectively engageable with the first and second bolster mounting portions, respectively. Each bolster has first and second posts and is longitudinally adjustable with respect to the seat back between a first longitudinal position and a second longitudinal position. When each bolster is in the first longitudinal position, the first and second posts of the first bolster are respectively engaged with the first and second receptacles of the first bolster mounting portion, and the first and second posts of the second bolster are respectively engaged with the first and second receptacles of the second bolster mounting portion. When each bolster is in the second longitudinal position, the first and second posts of the first bolster are respectively engaged with the second and third receptacles of the first bolster mounting portion, and the first and second posts of the second bolster are respectively engaged with the second and third receptacles of the second bolster mounting portion.

Headrest Guide Sleeve

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US Patent:
5788250, Aug 4, 1998
Filed:
Mar 25, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/622461
Inventors:
James Masters - Farmington Hills MI
Hongliang Chen - Detroit MI
Brian Fechner - Ann Arbor MI
Marcus Gorski - Livonia MI
Ted Grohs - Belleville MI
Ronald Lovasz - Allen Park MI
Todd Mysliwiec - Woodhaven MI
John Sims - Dearborn MI
Eric Spier - Southfield MI
Dave Williams - Redford MI
Dave Zimmerman - Woodhaven MI
Assignee:
Lear Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
A47C 736
US Classification:
297410
Abstract:
A tubular bushing (26) assembly made of plastic material and disposed in an opening (24) defined by a pair of spaced sheets in a seat back (14) of an automotive vehicle to adjustably support each of the posts (22) of a headrest (20). The bushing (26) comprises an outer sleeve (28) presenting ribs (32, 34) for engaging the edges of the opening (24) in each of the sheets of the bracket of the seat back frame (18) and an inner sleeve (30) for insertion within said outer sleeve (28) for slidably supporting the post (22) and having hoop rings (46, 48) for forcing the outer sleeve (28) radially outwardly to deform the ribs (32, 34) about and into gripping engagement with the edges of the openings (24).

Automatic Folding Armrest For Sliding Vehicle Door

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US Patent:
6145919, Nov 14, 2000
Filed:
Feb 26, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/258362
Inventors:
Todd A. Mysliwiec - Allen Park MI
Carter S. Cannon - Southfield MI
Douglas J. Wilson - Burtchville MI
David Fu - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
Lear Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
B60J 900
B60J 506
US Classification:
296153
Abstract:
A vehicle sliding door is movable in forward and rearward directions between opened and closed positions with respect to a vehicle body. The rear door has a cavity formed therein. An armrest is pivotally movable about a pivot axis between a horizontal position for use as an armrest and a vertical position for storage within the cavity. The pivot axis is substantially parallel to the forward and rearward directions. The armrest includes an actuator for automatically moving the armrest between the vertical and horizontal positions as the door moves between the opened and closed positions, respectively. The actuator may comprise a pneumatic drive system, a flexible drive cable or an electric motor for automatically pivoting the armrest between stowed and use positions.

Automotive Seat Back

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US Patent:
5984419, Nov 16, 1999
Filed:
Feb 20, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/027518
Inventors:
Eric Partington - Troy MI
Todd A. Mysliwiec - Allen Park MI
Rich Sanders - Clarkston MI
Stephen Lambrecht - New Hudson MI
Philip W. Leistra - Birmingham MI
Assignee:
Lear Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
A62B 3500
B60R 2100
B60R 2212
US Classification:
297473
Abstract:
An automotive seat back having a pair of spaced upright members with lower ends and upper ends interconnected by a cross member to define a substantially rectangular back frame. The upright members and the cross member also have a front surface and a rear surface. A shoulder belt housing extends upwardly between the upright members from below the cross member to an upper distal end disposed above the cross member. The shoulder belt housing also extends forward of the front surfaces of the upright members and the cross member. Specifically, the front surfaces define a frontal plane of the back frame and the distal end of the shoulder belt housing extends forwardly beyond the frontal plane of the back frame. The housing includes a coffin portion, defined by side walls and a bottom, and a cover disposed over and in sealing engagement with the side walls. A seat belt passes within the coffin portion and out through an opening in the cover to overlay a front surface of the seat back.
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