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Mladen Humer: Vehicle seat assembly having active head restraint system. Lear Corporation, Bliss McGlynn P C, Bill Panagos, October 18, 2005: US06955397 (48 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat assembly that includes a seatback frame, an upper armature including a head restraint, and a lower armature. The vehicle seat assembly also includes at least one first linkage that is moveably connected to the seatback frame, is operatively connected to the upper armature, and is oper ...


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Nagarjun Yetukuri, Mark Farquhar, Dale Smallwood, Paul Wier, Kenneth McQueen, Michael Phan: Cam-driven four-way head restraint assembly. Lear Corporation, Bliss McGlynn P C, Bill Panagos, May 31, 2005: US06899395 (46 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a head restraint assembly providing four-way adjustment and having dual positive stops as well as a single ergonomic control. The present invention includes a frame and a housing that engages a portion of the frame. The present invention further includes a cam assemb ...


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Mladen Humer, Gerald Locke, Eric Veine: Vehicle seat assembly having active head restraint system. Lear Corporation, Bill Panagos, May 16, 2006: US07044544 (44 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat assembly that includes a seatback frame and an upper armature moveably supported by the seatback frame. The upper armature includes a head restraint and a first impact body, and the upper armature is operable to move in response to a predetermined force applied to the first impact bod ...


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Mark Farquhar, Ken McQueen, Mladen Humer, Dale Smallwood: Vehicle seat having active head restraint system. Lear Corporation, Bill Panagos, Bliss McGlynn P C, September 14, 2004: US06789845 (44 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat assembly including a seatback frame and an active head restraint system including a headrest, upper armature, lower armature and linkage operatively interconnecting the upper and lower armatures. In the event of a rearward impact, the lower armature is operable to absorb energy genera ...


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Asad S Ali, Larry Hamilton, Kim Alsbury: Attachment assembly for securing trim material to the padding of a vehicle seat. Lear Corporation, Bliss McGlynn P C, Bill Panagos, May 31, 2005: US06899399 (43 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a trim material attachment assembly for securing trim material to the padding of a vehicle seat. The present invention includes an elongate wedge having a wedge tip and opposed walls joined at the wedge tip. The opposed walls extend angularly outward to define a subs ...


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Kar K Low, Eric Veine, Nagarjun Yetukuri, Mladen Humer, Dale Smallwood: Infinitely adjustable head restraint assembly for a vehicle seat assembly. Lear Corporation, Bill Panagos, July 11, 2006: US07073863 (32 worldwide citation)

An infinitely adjustable head restraint assembly that includes a head restraint adapted for movement between a first position and a second position relative to a seatback of a vehicle seat assembly. The head restraint assembly also includes at least one biasing member that biases the head restraint ...


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Mark Farquhar, Ken McQueen, Mladen Humer, Dale Smallwood: Vehicle seat having a lumbar support system. Lear Corporation, Bliss McGlynn P C, Bill Panagos, January 4, 2005: US06837541 (27 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat assembly including a seatback frame and a lumbar support system operatively mounted to the seatback frame. The lumbar support system includes a lower suspension mechanism that is generally aligned with the pelvic and lumbar regions of the occupant of the seat assembly. The lower suspe ...


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John Nantz, Riad Ghabra, Tom Tang, Ronald King, Thomas LeMense: Tire pressure monitoring auto location assembly. Lear Corporation, Bill Panagos Esq, May 3, 2005: US06888446 (23 worldwide citation)

An automotive tire pressure monitoring assembly 10 for installation in a vehicle 12 is provided. The automotive tire pressure monitoring assembly 10 includes at least one tire pressure sensor 34 generating a signal based on the pressure of air within a tire 14. The at least one tire pressure sensor ...


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