JP2011085174A - Component mounting structure - Google Patents

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JP2011085174A
JP2011085174A JP2009237644A JP2009237644A JP2011085174A JP 2011085174 A JP2011085174 A JP 2011085174A JP 2009237644 A JP2009237644 A JP 2009237644A JP 2009237644 A JP2009237644 A JP 2009237644A JP 2011085174 A JP2011085174 A JP 2011085174A
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Kazumasa Isonaga
Takayuki Kuroo
Masayuki Takakura
Takahiro Yamazaki
貴博 山崎
一誠 礒永
昌行 高倉
孝幸 黒尾
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An object of the present invention is to provide a mounting structure for parts that can be easily detached from a vehicle body panel.
A part mounting structure is a mounting structure of an intermediate guide 10A attached to a center pillar 20. A through hole 21 is formed in the center pillar 20, and the intermediate guide 10A includes an intermediate guide main body 11, A locking portion 12 that protrudes from the mounting surface 11A of the intermediate guide body 11 and locks in the through hole 21; and a rib 13A that is formed on the mounting surface 11A of the intermediate guide body 11; Reference numeral 12 denotes an extending portion 14 that extends substantially perpendicularly from the attachment surface 11A, and an elastic portion that extends from the distal end side of the extending portion 14 in the form of a foot and is elastically deformable in a direction approaching the extending portion 14. 15, a stepped portion 16 formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion 15 and recessed on the extending portion 14 side, and a pressed portion 17 </ b> A formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion 15. Installed It extends in a direction along the 11A, ribs 13A and the lap.
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  The present invention relates to a component mounting structure. Specifically, the present invention relates to an intermediate guide mounting structure for a seat belt of an automobile.

Conventionally, an annular intermediate guide is provided in a center pillar of an automobile. According to this intermediate guide, the seat belt can be disposed along the center pillar by inserting the seat belt through the annular portion of the intermediate guide.
The above intermediate guide has, for example, the following structure (see Patent Document 1). That is, a mounting hole and a bolt hole are formed in the center pillar. On the other hand, the intermediate guide includes an annular intermediate guide body and a claw provided on the intermediate guide body. Further, a bolt hole is formed in the intermediate guide body.

  This intermediate guide is attached to the center pillar by the following procedure. The claw of the intermediate guide is locked in the mounting hole of the center pillar, and in this state, the bolt is tightened in the bolt hole of the intermediate guide and the center pillar.

Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 4-76564

  However, since the intermediate guide is attached to the side of the seat of the automobile, the space for attaching the intermediate guide is narrow. Therefore, when removing the intermediate guide, it is necessary to handle the bolt in a narrow space, and there is a problem that it takes time.

  An object of the present invention is to provide a mounting structure for parts that can be easily detached from a vehicle body panel.

  The component mounting structure of the present invention is a mounting structure for a component (for example, an intermediate guide 10A described later) to be mounted on a vehicle body panel (for example, a center pillar 20 described later). A through hole 21 to be described later is formed, and the component is formed so as to protrude from a main body (for example, an intermediate guide main body 11 to be described later) and an attachment surface (for example, an attachment surface 11A to be described later) of the main body. A locking portion (for example, locking portion 12 described later) to be locked, and a rib (for example, rib 13A described later) formed on the mounting surface of the main body, the locking portion is the mounting surface An extension part (for example, an extension part 14 to be described later) that extends substantially vertically from the top of the extension part and can be elastically deformed in a direction extending from the distal end side of the extension part in the form of a foot and approaching the extension part Elastic part (for example, elastic part 1 described later) ), A stepped portion formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion and recessed on the extending portion side (for example, a stepped portion 16 described later), and a pressed portion formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion (for example, The pressed portion extends in a direction along the mounting surface and wraps with the rib.

  In this case, it is preferable that a tool (for example, a minus driver 41 described later) can be inserted between the rib and the pressed portion.

According to this invention, the front end side of the latching | locking part of components is applied to the hole of a vehicle body panel, and it pushes toward the back of a hole. Then, the elastic portion is pressed against the edge of the hole and proceeds toward the back of the hole while being elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending portion. Thereafter, when the edge of the hole reaches the stepped portion formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion, the elastic portion is slightly restored and the edge of the hole is locked to the stepped portion. At this time, the rib contacts the vehicle body panel. As a result, the vehicle body panel is sandwiched between the ribs of the component and the stepped portion, and the component is held by the vehicle body panel.
Thereafter, a tool is inserted between the rib and the pressed portion, and the tool is tilted. Then, since the rib and the pressed part are wrapped, the tool comes into contact with the rib and the pressed part, and the gap between the rib and the pressed part is expanded by the principle of the lever using the rib as a fulcrum. At this time, since the rib is fixed to the main body, the elastic portion is elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending portion, and the engagement between the edge of the hole and the stepped portion is released. In this state, the locking portion is extracted from the hole. Thereby, components can be easily removed from the vehicle body panel.

  Further, since the rib for sandwiching the vehicle body panel is used for removing the part from the vehicle body panel, it is not necessary to add an extra member to the part, and the cost can be reduced.

  The part mounting structure of the present invention is a part mounting structure (for example, an intermediate guide 10 to be described later) attached to a vehicle body panel, and the vehicle body panel has a hole formed therein. A locking portion that protrudes from the mounting surface of the main body and locks into the hole, and a rib (for example, a rib 13 described later) formed on the mounting surface of the main body, the locking portion, An extending portion extending substantially perpendicularly from the mounting surface of the main body, and a pair of elastic portions extending in a foot-shaped manner from the distal end side of the extending portion and elastically deforming in a direction approaching the extending portion; A stepped portion formed on the distal end side of the pair of elastic portions and recessed on the extending portion side, and a pressed portion formed on the distal end side of the pair of elastic portions (for example, a pressed portion 17 described later) And the pressed part extends in a direction along the mounting surface. Characterized in that projecting from the elastic part.

According to this invention, the front end side of the latching | locking part of components is applied to the hole of a vehicle body panel, and it pushes toward the back of a hole. Then, the elastic portion is pressed against the edge of the hole and proceeds toward the back of the hole while being elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending portion. Thereafter, when the edge of the hole reaches the stepped portion formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion, the elastic portion is slightly restored and the edge of the hole is locked to the stepped portion. At this time, the rib contacts the vehicle body panel. As a result, the vehicle body panel is sandwiched between the ribs of the component and the stepped portion, and the component is held by the vehicle body panel.
After that, when the pair of pressed parts are sandwiched between tools and the pair of pressed parts are brought close to each other with this tool, the elastic part is elastically deformed in the direction approaching the extension part, and the edge of the hole and the stepped part are The lock is released. In this state, the locking portion is extracted from the hole. Thereby, components can be easily removed from the vehicle body panel.

  In this case, it is preferable that the pressed portion does not protrude from the edge of the main body.

  According to the present invention, since the pressed part is not protruded from the edge of the main body, the appearance is improved and the material used for manufacturing the component can be reduced.

  According to the present invention, the front end side of the locking portion of the component is brought into contact with the hole of the vehicle body panel and pushed toward the back of the hole. Then, the elastic portion is pressed against the edge of the hole and proceeds toward the back of the hole while being elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending portion. Thereafter, when the edge of the hole reaches the stepped portion formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion, the elastic portion is slightly restored and the edge of the hole is locked to the stepped portion. At this time, the rib contacts the vehicle body panel. As a result, the vehicle body panel is sandwiched between the ribs of the component and the stepped portion, and the component is held by the vehicle body panel. Thereafter, a tool is inserted between the rib and the pressed portion, and the tool is tilted. Then, since the rib and the pressed part are wrapped, the tool comes into contact with the rib and the pressed part, and the gap between the rib and the pressed part is expanded by the principle of the lever using the rib as a fulcrum. At this time, since the rib is fixed to the main body, the elastic portion is elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending portion, and the engagement between the edge of the hole and the stepped portion is released. In this state, the locking portion is extracted from the hole. Thereby, components can be easily removed from the vehicle body panel.

It is a perspective view of the attachment structure of the component which concerns on 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is a disassembled perspective view of the attachment structure of the component which concerns on the said embodiment. It is a top view of the attachment structure of the component which concerns on the said embodiment. It is a perspective view for demonstrating the procedure which removes the components of the attachment structure of the components which concern on the said embodiment. It is a top view of the attachment structure of the component which concerns on 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view for demonstrating the procedure which removes the components of the attachment structure of the components which concern on the said embodiment.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In the following description of the embodiments, the same constituent elements are denoted by the same reference numerals, and the description thereof is omitted or simplified.

<First Embodiment>
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of an intermediate guide 10 as a component to which a component mounting structure according to a first embodiment of the present invention is applied.
The intermediate guide 10 is attached to a center pillar 20 of a body as a vehicle body panel. A seat belt 30 is inserted through the intermediate guide 10, and the seat belt 30 is thereby disposed along the center pillar 20.

FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of a portion to which the intermediate guide 10 and the intermediate guide 10 of the center pillar 20 are attached.
A pair of through holes 21 are formed in the center pillar 20.
The intermediate guide 10 is made of resin, and includes an intermediate guide body 11, a pair of locking portions 12 that protrude from the attachment surface 11 </ b> A of the intermediate guide body 11 and lock into the through-hole 21, and the intermediate guide body 11. And a rib 13 formed on the attachment surface 11A.

  Each locking portion 12 includes an extending portion 14 that extends substantially perpendicularly from the attachment surface 11A of the intermediate guide body 11, and a pair of elastic portions 15 that extend from the distal end side of the extending portion 14 in a heel shape. A stepped portion 16 formed on the distal end side of the pair of elastic portions 15 and recessed on the extending portion 14 side, and a pressed portion 17 formed on the distal end side of the pair of elastic portions 15.

  Each elastic portion 15 extends in a curved manner so as to move away from the extending portion 14 as it goes from the distal end side to the proximal end side of the extending portion 14. Thereby, the front end side of the elastic part 15 can be elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending part 14.

Each rib 13 extends along the width direction of the intermediate guide body 11, that is, the height direction in FIG. In this embodiment, two ribs 13 are provided on one end side in the length direction of the intermediate guide body 11, and one rib 13 is provided on the other end side to distinguish between them, thereby preventing erroneous assembly. .
Each pressed portion 17 extends in the width direction of the intermediate guide body 11, that is, in the height direction in FIG. 2, and protrudes from the elastic portion 15, but does not protrude from the edge of the intermediate guide body 11.

The above intermediate guide 10 is attached to the center pillar 20 as follows.
First, the front end side of the locking portion 12 of the intermediate guide 10 is applied to the through hole 21 of the center pillar 20 and pushed toward the back of the through hole 21. Then, as shown by a broken line in FIG. 3, the elastic portion 15 of the locking portion 12 is pressed against the edge of the through hole 21 and elastically deforms in a direction approaching the extending portion 14, while Proceed toward. After that, when the edge of the through hole 21 reaches the stepped portion 16 formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion 15, the elastic portion 15 is slightly restored, and the edge of the through hole 21 becomes as shown by the solid line in FIG. Lock to the step 16. At this time, the rib 13 contacts the center pillar 20, and a gap is formed between the center pillar 20 and the intermediate guide body 11. Accordingly, the center pillar 20 is sandwiched between the rib 13 and the step portion 16 of the intermediate guide 10, and the intermediate guide 10 is held by the center pillar 20.

  Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 4, when the pair of pressed parts 17 are sandwiched between pliers 40 as tools and the pair of pressed parts 17 are brought close to each other by the pliers 40, the elastic part 15 becomes the extension part 14. It is elastically deformed in the approaching direction, and the engagement between the edge of the through hole 21 and the stepped portion 16 is released. In this state, the locking portion 12 is extracted from the through hole 21. Thereby, the intermediate guide 10 can be removed from the center pillar 20.

According to this embodiment, there are the following effects.
(1) The distal end side of the locking portion 12 of the intermediate guide 10 is applied to the through hole 21 of the center pillar 20 and pushed toward the back of the through hole 21. Then, the edge of the through hole 21 is locked to the step portion 16. Accordingly, the center pillar 20 is sandwiched between the rib 13 and the step portion 16 of the intermediate guide 10, and the intermediate guide 10 is held by the center pillar 20.
Thereafter, when the pair of pressed parts 17 are sandwiched between the pliers 40 and the pair of pressed parts 17 are brought close to each other by the pliers 40, the elastic part 15 is elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending part 14, and the through hole The engagement between the edge of 21 and the step portion 16 is released. In this state, the locking portion 12 is extracted from the through hole 21. Therefore, the intermediate guide 10 can be easily detached from the center pillar 20 because it is only necessary to sandwich the pressed portion 17 with pliers.

  (2) Since the pressed portion 17 is not protruded from the end edge of the intermediate guide body 11, the appearance is improved and the amount of resin used for manufacturing the intermediate guide 10 can be reduced.

Second Embodiment
In the present embodiment, the structure of the pressed portion 17A and the rib 13A is different from that of the first embodiment.
FIG. 5 is a plan view of the intermediate guide 10A to which the component mounting structure according to the second embodiment of the present invention is applied.
That is, the pressed portion 17A does not protrude from the elastic portion 15 and wraps with the rib 13A. That is, the pressed portion 17A extends substantially parallel to the rib 13A. Further, as shown in FIG. 5, the pressed portion 17A wraps with the rib 13A and the wrap width W in the direction perpendicular to the attachment surface 11A.
Further, a minus driver 41 as a tool can be inserted between the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A.

  According to the intermediate guide 10A, as shown in FIG. 6, the minus driver 41 is inserted between the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A, and the minus driver 41 is tilted in the arrow direction in FIG. Then, since the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A are wrapped, the minus driver 41 comes into contact with the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A, and the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A are used by the lever principle with the rib 13A as a fulcrum. The space between is expanded. At this time, since the rib 13A is fixed to the intermediate guide body 11, the elastic portion 15 is elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending portion 14, and the engagement between the edge of the through hole 21 and the step portion 16 is released. The Therefore, in this state, the intermediate guide 10 can be removed from the center pillar 20 by extracting the locking portion 12 from the through hole 21.

According to this embodiment, there are the following effects.
(3) A minus driver 41 is inserted between the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A, and the minus driver 41 is tilted. Then, since the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A are wrapped, the minus driver 41 comes into contact with the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A, and the rib 13A and the pressed portion 17A are used by the lever principle with the rib 13A as a fulcrum. The space between is expanded. At this time, since the rib 13A is fixed to the intermediate guide body 11, the elastic portion 15 is elastically deformed in a direction approaching the extending portion 14, and the engagement between the edge of the through hole 21 and the step portion 16 is released. The In this state, the locking portion 12 is extracted from the through hole 21. Therefore, the intermediate guide 10 can be easily detached from the center pillar 20 because it is only necessary to sandwich the pressed portion 17 with pliers.

  It should be noted that the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and modifications and improvements within the scope that can achieve the object of the present invention are included in the present invention.

10, 10A Intermediate guide (parts)
11 Intermediate guide body (main body)
11A Mounting surface 12 Locking portion 13, 13A Rib 14 Extension portion 15 Elastic portion 16 Step portion 17, 17A Pressed portion 20 Center pillar (vehicle body panel)
21 through hole 40 pliers (tool)
41 Slotted screwdriver (tool)

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  1. A mounting structure for components to be mounted on a vehicle body panel,
    A hole is formed in the vehicle body panel,
    The component includes a main body, a locking portion that protrudes from the mounting surface of the main body and locks into the hole, and a rib that is formed on the mounting surface of the main body.
    The locking portion extends from the mounting surface substantially perpendicularly;
    An elastic portion that extends from the distal end side of the extension portion in the form of a foot and is elastically deformable in a direction approaching the extension portion;
    A stepped portion formed on the distal end side of the elastic portion and recessed on the extending portion side,
    A pressed part formed on the tip side of the elastic part,
    The pressed structure extends in a direction along the mounting surface and wraps with the rib.
  2.   The component mounting structure according to claim 1, wherein a tool can be inserted between the rib and the pressed portion.
  3. A mounting structure for components to be mounted on a vehicle body panel,
    A hole is formed in the vehicle body panel,
    The component includes a main body, a locking portion that protrudes from the mounting surface of the main body and locks into the hole, and a rib that is formed on the mounting surface of the main body.
    The locking portion extends from the mounting surface of the main body substantially perpendicularly;
    A pair of elastic parts that extend from the front end side of the extension part in a foot-shaped manner and are elastically deformable in a direction approaching the extension part;
    A stepped portion formed on the distal end side of the pair of elastic portions and recessed on the extending portion side;
    A pressed portion formed on the tip side of the pair of elastic portions,
    The component mounting structure, wherein the pressed portion extends in a direction along the mounting surface and protrudes from the elastic portion.
  4.   The component mounting structure according to claim 3, wherein the pressed portion does not protrude from an edge of the main body.
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