JP2010017025A - Harness wiring device for sliding door - Google Patents

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JP2010017025A
JP2010017025A JP2008176187A JP2008176187A JP2010017025A JP 2010017025 A JP2010017025 A JP 2010017025A JP 2008176187 A JP2008176187 A JP 2008176187A JP 2008176187 A JP2008176187 A JP 2008176187A JP 2010017025 A JP2010017025 A JP 2010017025A
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Yuji Kida
雄次 木田
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    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02GINSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES, OR OF COMBINED OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES
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When a sliding door is in a fully closed position, it is ensured that the sliding movement toward the fully open position and a guide member can take a substantially straight posture.
A base end of a caterpillar 20 is supported by a vehicle body side mounting portion 30 and a distal end thereof is supported by a rotating body 33 rotatably provided on a door side mounting portion 50. The door-side mounting portion 50 is provided with a biasing means 65 that biases the rotating body 33 so as to bias the turning force that pulls the tip of the caterpillar 20 in the extending direction. When the slide door 15 is in the fully closed position A, the rotating body 33 is rotated against the urging force so that the caterpillar 20 extends almost straight from the base end. When the caterpillar 20 is slightly loosened when the sliding door 15 begins to open, the rotating body 33 rotates in the direction of pulling the tip of the caterpillar 20 by the urging force, so that the middle position of the caterpillar 20 takes a normal curved deformation. It becomes a form that bulges in a predetermined direction as much as possible.
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Description

  The present invention relates to a harness wiring device provided between a slide door and a vehicle body of a vehicle such as an automobile.

  Conventionally, what was described in patent document 1 is known as an example of this kind of harness wiring apparatus. In this case, a harness wired between the vehicle body and the sliding door is supported by being inserted into a caterpillar in which a plurality of link members are linearly connected, and the base end and the distal end of the caterpillar are respectively connected to the vehicle body. The slide door is supported so as to be pivotable around the vertical axis via a mounting portion. The slide door has a caterpillar that extends in one direction with its tip substantially linear from the base end. It is slid between a fully closed position taking a form and a fully open position taking a form in which the caterpillar is curved and deformed to one side and its tip is folded back in the opposite direction.

In such a conventional apparatus, as shown in FIG. 15, when the slide door 1 (left door) is in the fully closed position, the caterpillar 2 (covered with the rubber boot 3) is supported by the door-side mounting portion 4. The front end of the vehicle is extended from the base end supported by the vehicle body side mounting portion 5 toward the front in the direction of travel of the automobile. Is taking the form. When the sliding door 1 moves from the fully closed position toward the fully opened position as shown by the arrow in the figure, the caterpillar 2 is bent back toward the rear while curving outward. If the posture is straight, the caterpillar 2 may be kinked (reversely folded), and the slide door 1 cannot be opened or the caterpillar 2 may be damaged. As described above, a form in which a part is bulged to the passenger compartment R side in advance is taken.
JP 2006-327328 A

By the way, although the height position where the caterpillar 2 is arranged is variously set, for example, when the caterpillar 2 is arranged above the step, a step recess that is recessed one step is formed at the lower end of the inner surface of the slide door 1. The caterpillar 2 is arranged in the step recess. Therefore, if the caterpillar 2 extends straight, the caterpillar 2 is accommodated so as to be hidden in the stepped concave portion. However, if the caterpillar 2 is partially bulged toward the passenger compartment R as described above, There is a problem that the sliding door 1 protrudes into the passenger compartment R beyond the inner surface and can be seen from the passenger compartment R side or can be touched by a passenger.
The present invention has been completed based on the above circumstances, and its purpose is to slide the slide door from the fully closed position toward the fully open position when the slide door is in the fully closed position. In this way, the guide member can take a substantially straight posture.

  A harness wiring device for a sliding door according to the present invention includes a harness wired between a vehicle body and a sliding door, and a guide member in which the harness is inserted and supported in a structure in which a plurality of link members are linearly connected. The proximal end of the guide member is supported by the vehicle body, and the distal end is supported so as to be rotatable with respect to a mounting portion provided on the slide door. A fully-closed position taking a form extending substantially in one direction from the base end, and a fully-open position taking a form in which the guide member is bent and deformed to one side and its tip is folded in the opposite direction; When the sliding door is in the fully closed position, the mounting portion rotates so as to pull the tip of the guide member in the extending direction. Having characterized in that biasing means for energizing are provided.

  According to the above configuration, when the sliding door slides to the fully closed position, the mounting portion provided on the sliding door moves to the position farthest from the support position of the proximal end of the guide member in one direction, and the distal end of the guide member While the guide member rotates against the urging force of the urging means, the guide member takes a posture in which the distal end thereof extends almost straight from the proximal end. When the sliding door is opened from the fully closed position, the mounting portion, that is, the tip of the guide member moves in the opposite direction. However, when the guide member is slightly loosened, that is, when the guide member is slightly loosened, The guide member rotates in the direction in which the tip of the guide member is pulled by the urging force, and the guide member is partly bulged so as to bend and deform to the normal one side. Can be slid toward the fully open position while being bent and deformed to one side.

The following configuration may also be used.
(1) A rotating body is supported by the mounting portion so as to be rotatable about a vertical axis, and a tip end of the guide member is coupled to the rotating body, and the urging means attaches the rotating body to the guide member. It is urged in a rotational direction that pulls the tip.
When the sliding door is in the fully closed position, the guide member takes a posture in which the distal end of the guide member extends substantially straight from the base end while rotating the rotating body around the vertical axis against the urging force of the urging means. In the initial stage of opening the sliding door from the fully closed position, when the guide member is slightly loosened, the rotating body rotates in the direction of pulling the tip of the guide member by the urging force, and accordingly the guide member moves to the normal side. It becomes the form which one part swelled so that it may be the beginning of the curve deformation.

(2) The urging means is a spring member mounted between the attachment portion and the rotating body.
(3) The spring member is a torsion coil spring.
(4) The spring member is a leaf spring.

  According to the present invention, when the sliding door is in the fully closed position, it is ensured that the sliding door slides from the fully closed position toward the fully open position, and the guide member is arranged in a substantially straight posture. Can be set.

<Embodiment 1>
A first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. In this embodiment, a one box car is illustrated.
In FIG. 1, reference numeral 10 denotes a vehicle body of a one-box car. A rear elevator 11 is opened on the left side surface of the vehicle body 10, and a step 12 is disposed at a lower position thereof. The step 12 is formed in a step shape having a lower step surface 12A and an upper step surface 12B, and on the rear side, the upper step surface 12B extends to the vicinity of the opening edge of the rear elevator 11.
A slide door 15 (see FIG. 6) that opens and closes the rear lifting / lowering port 11 is slidably mounted in the front-rear direction. The slide door 15 is slidably supported by mounting a plurality of arms (not shown) protruding from the slide door 15 to a rail or the like provided on the vehicle body 10 side.

As shown in FIG. 2, a harness 17 made of a power supply wire, a signal transmission / reception wire, or the like is wired between the slide door 15 and the vehicle body 10, and this harness 17 is inserted into a caterpillar 20 that is a guide member. Being protected. Further, a rubber boot 23 (see the solid line in FIG. 1 and the chain line in FIG. 2) is attached to the outside of the caterpillar 20 for dust prevention.
The caterpillar 20 has a structure in which a plurality of link members 21 each having a substantially rectangular tube shape are linearly connected to each other while being rotatably supported via pins 22, and have flexibility in a horizontal plane. As shown in FIG. 2, the shape of the slide door 15 changes between a fully closed position A, an intermediate (half open) position B, and a fully open position C.
In FIG. 2, the caterpillar 20 that changes in accordance with the positions A, B, and C of the slide door 15 is indicated by a solid line. In FIG. 1, the caterpillar 20 (rubber boot 23) at the fully closed position A and the fully open position C are both shown by solid lines.

  Here, the caterpillar 20 in the fully closed position A will be described as an example. One link member 21 is only rotated counterclockwise with respect to the link member 21 adjacent to the base end side (right side). Therefore, the caterpillar 20 is allowed to be deformed such that the middle part of the caterpillar 20 bulges upward from the position of the fully closed position A, but the middle part swells downward. Such deformation is not allowed.

The base end portion of the caterpillar 20 (the right end portion in the fully closed position A) is attached to a predetermined position of the vehicle body by a vehicle body side attachment portion 30 (hereinafter, vehicle body side attachment portion 30). The distal end portion is attached to a predetermined position in the interior of the slide door 15 by an attachment portion 50 on the slide door 15 side (hereinafter, door side attachment portion 50).
As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the vehicle body side mounting portion 30 has a structure in which a rotating body 33 is sandwiched and mounted between an upper bracket 31 and a lower bracket 32 so as to be rotatable about a vertical axis. In FIG. 3, the case where the rotating body 33 is in the two rotated positions is shown by a solid line. The rotating body 33 has a substantially rectangular tube shape whose base end side is closed. A hollow shaft 34 communicating with the inside protrudes upward on the upper surface of the base end side, while the left and right ends of the rotating body 33 are left and right. A pair of locking pieces 35 are formed, and the link member 21 at the base end of the caterpillar 20 is connected to the locking pieces 35 via a hollow joint 36 (see FIG. 2).

The upper bracket 31 is formed with a vertical insertion hole 37 aligned with the hollow shaft 34 of the rotating body 33, and a guide path 38 extending from the upper end of the insertion hole 37 toward the back side (vehicle compartment R side). The upper part is formed and covered with a cap 39.
On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 5, the floor panel 25 is stretched in the overhanging portion in the above-described step 12, and the vehicle body side mounting portion 30 having the above-described structure is arranged such that the exit of the guide path 38 is the passenger compartment R. In the posture facing the side, it is arranged at the position of the left side edge portion of the floor panel 25, and the mounting piece 40 is fixed with a screw 41.

The end portion of the harness 17 inserted through the caterpillar 20 on the vehicle body 10 side passes through the joint 36, the rotating body 33, the hollow shaft 34, the insertion hole 37 of the upper bracket 31, and the guide path 38 toward the vehicle interior R side. As shown in FIG. 2, a connector 18 connected to an ECU mounted on the vehicle body 10 side is attached to the terminal.
Further, the caterpillar 20 pulled out from the vehicle body side mounting portion 30 is pulled out through the opening 13 formed in the stepped surface of step 12, and the position of the caterpillar 20 at this time is as shown in FIG. 12 is located above the lower step surface 12A.

Next, the door side attachment part 50 is demonstrated.
As shown in FIG. 7, the door-side attachment portion 50 is roughly the same as that used in the vehicle-body-side attachment portion 30 between the rear bracket 51 on the slide door 15 side and the front bracket 52 on the vehicle compartment R side. The rotating body 33 is sandwiched and mounted so as to be rotatable around the vertical axis.
The rear bracket 51 has a horizontally long and slightly thick plate shape, and a substantially square window hole 53 is opened at the center in the length direction, and fitting holes 54 are formed on both left and right sides thereof. On the surface of the rear bracket 51 (the surface facing the front bracket 52) above the hollow shaft 34 provided on the base end side of the rotating body 33 at positions along the upper and lower edges of the window hole 53. A semicircular bearing recess 55 </ b> A into which a half circumference of the projecting end and the lower projecting end (the lower end surface is closed) is respectively formed.

  In addition, locking claws 56 project from the four outer sides of the left and right opening edges of the upper and lower bearing recesses 55A toward the front bracket 52 side. A downward flange 57 is formed at the distal end, and an upward flange 57 is formed at the distal ends of the two lower locking claws 56. A vertically long guide tube 58 that communicates with the upper surface opening of the hollow shaft 34 projects upward from the front side of the upper bearing recess 55A.

  The front bracket 52 is also a horizontally long and slightly thick plate, and a horizontally long rectangular window hole 60 is opened at the center in the length direction, and the fitting holes 54 of the rear bracket 51 are formed on the left and right sides thereof. The fitting projections 61 that fit into the projections protrude from the back side (rear bracket 51 side), and screw attachment holes 62 are respectively opened. On both upper and lower edges of the window hole 60, semicircular bearing recesses 55B into which the remaining half circumferences of the upper projecting end and the lower projecting end of the hollow shaft 34 of the rotating body 33 are respectively fitted bulge to the front side. It is formed in this way. Lock holes 63 are formed at four positions outside the left and right opening edges of the upper and lower bearing recesses 55 </ b> B, through which the locking claws 56 on the rear bracket 51 side are inserted and locked to the flanges 57. .

  Therefore, after the half circumference of the upper and lower protruding ends of the hollow shaft 34 in the rotating body 33 is fitted in the upper and lower bearing recesses 55A of the rear bracket 51, the distal end side of the rotating body 33 is passed through the window hole 60 and fitted. The front bracket 52 is superimposed on the facing surface of the rear bracket 51 while the protrusion 61 is fitted in the mating fitting hole 54. At the same time, the tip of the locking claw 56 is inserted into the mating locking hole 63, and when the overlapped portion, the flange portion 57 of the locking claw 56 protrudes from the locking hole 63 and locks to the edge of the hole. Both brackets 51 and 52 are integrally coupled, and at that time, the remaining half circumference of the upper and lower projecting ends of the hollow shaft 34 is fitted into the upper and lower bearing recesses 55B of the front bracket 52. Thereby, the rotating body 33 is supported so as to be rotatable around the vertical axis about the hollow shaft 34, and the upper surface opening of the hollow shaft 34 is in communication with the guide cylinder 58.

As shown in FIG. 10, the interior plate 15A of the slide door 15 is formed with a projecting portion 15B projecting in a stepped shape on the inner side at a position above the lower edge by a predetermined dimension. The intermediate plate 15A is exposed toward the room R side by cutting out the middle position in the length direction (sliding direction) at the lower end portion of 15B, and this exposed surface is connected to the mounting surface 16 of the door side mounting portion 50. Has been.
The door side mounting portion 50 is applied to the mounting surface 16, and a screw (not shown) passed through the left and right mounting holes 62 formed in the front bracket 52 is replaced with a mating screw hole formed in the mounting surface 16. It is fixed by screwing (not shown). On the other hand, the link member 21 at the tip end of the caterpillar 20 is coupled to the pair of left and right engaging pieces 35 provided on the rotating end side of the rotating body 33 via a hollow joint 36 (see FIG. 2). It has become.

And the edge part by the side of the door of the harness 17 inserted in the caterpillar 20 is pulled out upwards through the joint 36, the rotation body 33, its hollow shaft 34, and the guide cylinder 58 of the rear bracket 51, and is provided in the terminal. The connector 19 is connected to a drive device or sensor on the slide door 15 side.
Further, as shown in FIG. 6, the height position of the caterpillar 20 pulled out from the door-side mounting portion 50 is located between the lower step surface 12A of the step 12 and the lower surface of the protruding portion 15B of the slide door 15. It has become.

Now, the door side mounting part 50 is configured with a mechanism for rotating and energizing the rotating body 33 supported by the door side mounting part 50 so as to freely rotate. 9 will be mainly described.
As the rotation urging means, four torsion coil springs 65 are provided. In addition, a pair of left and right receiving plates 70 are provided. The receiving plate 70 has a rectangular shape capable of coming into contact with the side surface of the rotating body 33, and support shafts 71 project from the upper and lower surfaces on the base end side. On the other hand, bearing cylinders 74 that respectively fit the upper and lower support shafts 71 of the receiving plate 70 so as to be pivotable are provided on the upper and lower surfaces of the base end portions of the respective locking claws 56 provided on the rear bracket 51. It is provided opposite to. Therefore, the left and right receiving plates 70 are supported so as to be swingable on the outer side of the left side surface or the right side surface of the rotating body 33 by fitting the upper and lower support shafts 71 at the base ends to the paired bearing cylinders 74. Has been.

The torsion coil spring 65 has a shape in which a pair of arms 67 are extended from both the upper and lower ends of the coil portion 66 in a horizontal posture and in a direction substantially orthogonal to each other. On the upper and lower end surfaces of the receiving plate 70, two locking hooks 72A for locking one arm 67 of the torsion coil spring 65 are formed.
On the other hand, a pair of upper and lower mounting grooves 75 are formed outside the formation positions of the left and right engaging claws 56 on the surface of the rear bracket 51. In each mounting groove 75, two locking hooks 72B for locking the other arm 67 of the torsion coil spring 65 are formed.

As shown in FIG. 7, the upper and lower two torsion coil springs 65 have a posture in which one arm 67 faces the front side and the other arm 67 faces the left side in FIG. The upper support shaft 71 of the left receiving plate 70 is fitted. The upper and lower support shafts 71 of the left receiving plate 70 are fitted to the mating bearing cylinder 74 as described above in a state where the coil portion 66 of the torsion coil spring 65 is fitted.
Then, one arm 67 of the torsion coil spring 65 is locked to the locking collar portion 72A on the upper surface or the lower surface of the left receiving plate 70, and the other arm 67 is mounted on the upper or lower mounting groove on the left side. It is locked to 75 locking collar portions 72B.

The upper and lower two torsion coil springs 65 have a posture in which one arm 67 faces the front side and the other arm 67 faces the right side in FIG. The upper and lower support shafts 71 are fitted. Similarly, the upper and lower support shafts 71 of the right receiving plate 70 are fitted to the mating bearing cylinder 74 in a state where the coil portion 66 of the torsion coil spring 65 is fitted.
Then, one arm 67 of the torsion coil spring 65 is locked to the locking collar 72A on the upper surface or the lower surface of the right receiving plate 70, and the other arm 67 is mounted on the upper or lower mounting groove on the right side. It is locked to 75 locking collar portions 72B.

  Thus, when the torsion coil spring 65 including the receiving plate 70 is assembled, the elastic force of the right two torsion coil springs 65 in FIG. 9 causes the arrow to the rotating body 33 via the right receiving plate 70. The turning force in the direction of line a is urged, and the turning force in the direction of arrow b is urged to the rotating body 33 via the left receiving plate 70 by the elasticity of the two left torsion coil springs 65. It has become so. Therefore, in an unloaded state where the rotational force does not act on the rotating body 33, the rotating body 33 is in a state of projecting to the near side in a substantially orthogonal posture with respect to the surface of the front bracket 52 (neutral position). .

Further, when the rotating body 33 rotates in the direction of the arrow b in FIG. 9 from the above-described neutral position, it rotates while resisting the right side torsion coil spring 65, that is, against its urging force. When rotating in the direction of the arrow a in the figure, the left torsion coil spring 65 is rotated while being elastically compressed, but the respective rotation ends are regulated.
Specifically, as shown in FIG. 7, the right side and the left side across the window hole 53 on the surface of the rear bracket 51 are inclined surfaces that contact the right side surface of the rotating body 33 via the right receiving plate 70. A right restricting surface 77 and a left restricting surface 78 which is formed of the same inclined surface and contacts the left side surface of the rotating body 33 via the left receiving plate 70 are formed. However, as compared with the left restricting surface 78, the right restricting surface 77 is set to have a larger angle with the surface of the front bracket 52. Therefore, the rotatable angle in the direction of the arrow b in FIG. , Smaller than the pivotable angle in the direction of arrow a.

Then, the effect | action of this embodiment is demonstrated.
As described above, the wiring structure of the harness 17 is such that the vehicle body side attachment portion 30 is attached to the left side edge portion of the floor panel 25 arranged in the step 12, while the door side attachment portion 50 is the slide door 15. The base end of the caterpillar 20 through which the harness 17 is inserted is attached to the lower end portion of the interior plate 15A in the length direction (sliding direction), and the vehicle body side mounting portion 30 is rotatably mounted. The tip of the caterpillar 20 is connected to a moving body 33 and is connected to a rotating body 33 that is rotatably mounted on the door-side mounting portion 50.
The slide door 15 is slid between the fully closed position A and the fully open position C along the path shown by the arrow X in FIG. 2 while changing the shape of the caterpillar 20. Yes.

  Here, in the present embodiment, when the slide door 15 moves to the fully closed position A, the door-side mounting portion 50 provided on the slide door 15 faces the front side in the vehicle traveling direction toward the base end side of the caterpillar 20. 11 is moved to the position farthest away from the vehicle body side mounting portion 30 as the support position, and as shown in FIG. 11, the rotating body 33 of the vehicle body side mounting portion 30 is directed substantially forward, and the door side mounting portion 50 The rotating body 33 is rotated in the clockwise direction in the drawing against the elasticity of the torsion coil spring 65 so that the rotating body 33 faces substantially rearward against the regulating surface 78, while the caterpillar 20 has its tip almost straight from the base end. Take an extended posture. That is, the caterpillar 20 is hidden in a region of the lower surface of the overhanging portion 15B on the inner surface of the slide door 15 without protruding to the passenger compartment R side without the middle position in the length direction bulging to the passenger compartment R side. Be contained.

When the sliding door 15 is opened from the fully closed position A, the door side mounting portion 50, that is, the tip of the caterpillar 20 moves to the right side in FIG. At this time, as shown in FIG. 12, the rotating body 33 is rotated counterclockwise by the restoring elasticity (biasing force) of the torsion coil spring 65, that is, slightly swung toward the vehicle compartment R side, Along with this, the caterpillar 20 is in a form that bulges toward the passenger compartment R mainly at the tip side.
Therefore, the slide door 15 can be continuously slid toward the fully open position C while the caterpillar 20 is bent outward and bent back toward the rear (see FIG. 2).

  As described above, according to this embodiment, when the sliding door 15 is in the fully closed position A in the door-side mounting portion 50 including the rotating body 33 to which the tip of the caterpillar 20 is connected, the tip of the caterpillar 20 The torsion coil spring 65 for rotating and energizing the rotating body 33 so as to be pulled forward is provided. Therefore, when the slide door 15 is slid to the fully closed position A, the caterpillar 20 has its distal end substantially from the proximal end while the pivoting body 33 is pivoted substantially rearward against the elasticity of the torsion coil spring 65. Take a posture that extends straight forward. When the sliding door 15 is opened from the fully closed position A, when the caterpillar 20 is slightly loosened at the beginning of opening, the rotating body 33 is slightly moved by the restoring elasticity (biasing force) of the torsion coil spring 65. The caterpillar 20 is swung in a posture facing the room R side, and a portion of the caterpillar 20 mainly bulges toward the passenger compartment R side. The slide door 15 can be opened while being deformed so as to be folded back.

  In other words, when the sliding door 15 is in the fully closed position A, it is ensured that the sliding door 15 slides from the fully closed position A toward the fully open position C, and the caterpillar 20 is arranged in a substantially straight posture. Can be set. Thus, when a part of the caterpillar 20 takes a straight posture without bulging to the vehicle interior R side, the vehicle interior R is placed in the region of the lower surface of the overhanging portion 15B provided on the inner surface of the slide door 15. As a result, part of the caterpillar 20 (rubber boot 23) protrudes on the lower surface 12A of the step 12 and can be seen from the passenger compartment R, or the passenger touches the caterpillar 20 (rubber boot 23). Can be prevented.

<Embodiment 2>
Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
In the second embodiment, a case in which a leaf spring 80 is used instead of the torsion coil spring 65 of the first embodiment is illustrated as a rotation urging means of the rotation body 33 of the door-side attachment portion 50A. In addition, about the site | part which has the same function as Embodiment 1, description is abbreviate | omitted or simplified by attaching | subjecting the same code | symbol.
As shown in FIG. 13, the leaf spring 80 is made of a synthetic resin or a metal plate, and is formed by bending a contact plate 82 applied to the side surface of the rotating body 33 on one edge side of the substrate 81 at a right angle. A pair of left and right is prepared. The substrate 81 is provided with a relief recess 84 that allows the regulating surfaces 77 and 78 to escape.
The left and right leaf springs 80 are arranged in a back-to-back posture, the outer edge of each substrate 81 is sandwiched between the brackets 51 and 52, and is bent at right angles to the outer edge of each substrate 81. The upper and lower locking portions 85 formed in this manner are inserted and attached to slit-shaped locking grooves 87 formed in the front bracket 52. Each contact plate 82 is applied to the left or right side surface of the rotating body 33 while protruding forward through the window hole 60.

In the door-side mounting portion 50 </ b> A of the second embodiment, in the unloaded state where the rotational force does not act on the rotating body 33, the rotating body 33 is substantially orthogonal to the surface of the front bracket 52 and is on the near side. Protruding state (neutral position). 14 is applied to the rotating body 33, the left leaf spring 80 viewed from the front side in FIG. 14 is elastically deformed, and the rotating body 33 is rotated in the reverse direction. On the other hand, when the rotational force in the direction of the arrow b in FIG. 5 is applied, the right leaf spring 80 is elastically deformed and the urging force for urging the rotating body 33 in the reverse direction is accumulated. It is supposed to be.
The overall operation is the same as that of the first embodiment.

<Other embodiments>
The present invention is not limited to the embodiments described with reference to the above description and drawings. For example, the following embodiments are also included in the technical scope of the present invention.
(1) When the sliding door is in the fully closed position with respect to the door-side mounting portion, only an urging member having a function of urging and urging the rotating body so as to pull the end of the caterpillar in the extending direction is disposed. Such a thing may be made, and such a thing is also included in the technical scope of the present invention.
(2) The rotation restricting angle of the rotating body disposed on the door-side mounting portion is not limited to that illustrated in the above embodiment, and can be changed as appropriate according to the condition of the caterpillar wiring mode.
(3) The rotation urging member is not limited to the spring member exemplified in the above embodiment, and an elastic body such as rubber may be applied.
(4) Contrary to the above-described embodiment, the present invention is also applicable to a type in which a slide door is arranged on the right side surface of the vehicle body.

The schematic perspective view which shows the lower part vicinity of the rear raising / lowering port of the vehicle which concerns on Embodiment 1 of this invention. Caterpillar top view Perspective view of the body side mounting part Exploded perspective view 1 is a cross-sectional view taken along line VV in FIG. Sectional view showing the arrangement structure of the caterpillar Exploded perspective view of door side mounting A perspective view with the front bracket removed Perspective view of assembled state of door side attachment Sectional view of the mounting part of the door side mounting part Top view showing the state of the caterpillar when the sliding door is in the fully closed position The figure when the sliding door is opened slightly from the fully closed position The disassembled perspective view of the door side attaching part which concerns on Embodiment 2. FIG. Perspective view of the assembled state Schematic plan view of a conventional example

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 ... Car body 15 ... Sliding door 17 ... Harness 20 ... Caterpillar (guide member)
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 21 ... Link member 30 ... Car body side attaching part 33 ... Rotating body 34 ... Hollow shaft 50, 50A ... Door side attaching part 65 ... Torsion coil spring (spring member; biasing means)
70: receiving plate 80 ... leaf spring (spring member; biasing means)
A: Fully closed position C: Fully open position

Claims (5)

  1. A harness wired between the vehicle body and the sliding door;
    A guide member in which the harness is inserted and supported in a structure in which a plurality of link members are linearly connected;
    The proximal end of the guide member is supported by the vehicle body, and the distal end is rotatably supported with respect to an attachment portion provided on the slide door,
    The sliding door has a fully closed position in which the guide member has a shape in which the distal end extends substantially in a straight line from the proximal end and extends in one direction, and the distal end of the sliding door is curved and deformed to one side. It is designed to slide between the fully open position that takes the form folded back in the opposite direction,
    The mounting portion is provided with a biasing means for biasing the guide member so as to pull the tip of the guide member in the extending direction when the slide door is in the fully closed position. Harness wiring device for sliding door.
  2. A rotating body is supported by the mounting portion so as to be rotatable about a vertical axis, and the tip of the guide member is connected to the rotating body, and the urging means pulls the tip of the guide member. 2. The harness wiring device for a sliding door according to claim 1, wherein the harness wiring device is biased in such a rotating direction.
  3. 3. The harness wiring device for a sliding door according to claim 2, wherein the biasing means is a spring member mounted between the mounting portion and the rotating body.
  4. 4. The harness wiring device for a sliding door according to claim 3, wherein the spring member is a torsion coil spring.
  5. 4. The harness wiring device for a sliding door according to claim 3, wherein the spring member is a leaf spring.
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