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Number: 362/46
Name: Illumination > Vehicle steering mechanism or element moves pivoted lamp or lamp support > Plural lamps concurrently moved > Single connection to steering mechanism or element > First lamp motion moves second lamp > Steering post arm or rod motion controls first lamp
Description: Subject matter wherein the steering gear or the steering gear element includes either a first movable member to receive motion from a human operator; a movable shaft which receives the motion from the first movable member; a second movable member receiving the motion from the movable shaft or a movable rod moved by the second movable member and the motion transmission means is connected to either the first movable member, the movable shaft, the second movable member or the movable rod.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
362/47 Through link and lever transmission means 1

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7246021 Automatic front light optical axis direction adjusting system for vehicles Jul. 17, 2007
4381539 Lighting equipment Apr. 26, 1983

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