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Vehicle seat assembly










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #7637571.

Disclosed is a vehicle seat assembly having a feature in a seat cushion angle adjustment mechanism of a seat cushion in a simple configuration. A vehicle seat assembly according to an embodiment of the present invention comprises a seat back, a seat cushion coupled to the seat back, and a seat cushion angle adjustment mechanism for adjusting the seat angle of the seat cushion. The seat cushion angle adjustment mechanism comprises a seat cushion frame, a pivotal coupling member to pivotably couple the seat cushion frame to a slider of the seat rail, a guided part provided at a position away from a coupled position of the seat cushion frame to the pivotal coupling member, and a guide member having a guide groove which engages the guided part and guides the movement of the guided part and disposed with an angle between the guide groove and the slide surface of the seat rail set to a specific angle .alpha..








 
 
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