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Ronald W Siebenschuh

from Romeo, MI
Age ~70

Ronald Siebenschuh Phones & Addresses

  • 112 Croswell St, Romeo, MI 48065
  • Royal Oak, MI
  • Oakland, MI
  • South Heart, ND
  • Mesa, AZ

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Convertible Power Top And Power Window Switch

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US Patent:
6601905, Aug 5, 2003
Filed:
Jan 5, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/754918
Inventors:
David E Klauzenberg - Waterford MI
Ronald W Siebenschuh - Romeo MI
Assignee:
DaimlerChrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60J 700
US Classification:
29610707, 296117, 29610701, 29610017, 2961464
Abstract:
An automotive vehicle with a retractable top has a switch for operating the retractable top and windows, both, at the same time. The switch has circuitry for electrically coupling the switch with a power source, at least one vehicle window and the retractable top. The switch has a neutral position and first, second and third positions. When the switch is in its first position, the top moves from a first or cover position to a second retractable position. When the switch is in its second position, if necessary, the top continues to move to its lowered position while the at least one window is moved from a first or up position to a second or lowered position. In the third position, the switch moves the top from the second or lowered position to the first or cover position.

Vehicle Window Switch Orientation

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US Patent:
6445082, Sep 3, 2002
Filed:
Nov 4, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/428962
Inventors:
David E. Klauzenberg - Waterford MI
Ronald W. Siebenschuh - Romeo MI
Assignee:
DaimlerChrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
B60L 100
US Classification:
307 101, 307 91
Abstract:
A window switch orientation for a motor vehicle is provided. The vehicle includes a first switch assembly that is disposed within the instrument panel of the vehicle along the longitudinal centerline of the vehicle. The first switch assembly is adapted to control the translation of the front left and front right windows. The vehicle also includes a second switch assembly that is disposed within the center console of the vehicle along the longitudinal centerline thereof. The second switch assembly is adapted to control the translation of the rear left and rear right windows. This allows the driver and front passenger to activate all of the windows of the vehicle with ease while reducing costs associated with window switch orientations of the prior art.
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