JPH0642916Y2 - Automotive interior material mounting structure - Google Patents

Automotive interior material mounting structure

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JPH0642916Y2
JPH0642916Y2 JP1988100408U JP10040888U JPH0642916Y2 JP H0642916 Y2 JPH0642916 Y2 JP H0642916Y2 JP 1988100408 U JP1988100408 U JP 1988100408U JP 10040888 U JP10040888 U JP 10040888U JP H0642916 Y2 JPH0642916 Y2 JP H0642916Y2
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耕三 大土井
誠一 大本
定 西口
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マツダ株式会社
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION (Industrial field of application) The present invention relates to an interior material mounting structure for an automobile, such as an open car, in which a hood member is foldably attached to an opening in an upper portion of a vehicle body.

(Prior Art) Conventionally, there is known an automobile in which a hood member is attached to an opening in an upper portion of a vehicle body and the hood member is folded into a substantially U shape along upper edges of a rear deck and a rear fender (for example, in the United States). (See Japanese Patent No. 3630568 and drawings).

By the way, including automobiles with such hood members,
In automobiles, a trim (interior material) is generally attached to the inside of an inner panel via a fixture.

(Problems to be solved by the invention) However, since it is necessary to attach the trim (interior material) to the inner side of the inner panel in such a manner, in an automobile in which the hood member is mounted, the mounting tool for mounting the hood member and the trim are mounted. Therefore, another mounting tool is required, which increases the number of parts and the number of assembling steps.

The present invention has been made in view of such a point, and the number of parts,
It is intended to provide a vehicle interior material mounting structure with reduced assembly man-hours.

(Means for Solving the Problem) The present invention is premised on an automobile in which a hood member is attached to an opening in an upper portion of a vehicle body.
A molding member is disposed on the periphery of the opening, the hood member is attached to a hood member attachment portion of the vehicle body through a first portion of the set plate, and a second portion located on the vehicle compartment side of the set plate. A structure in which an interior material is attached, and upper portions of the first portion and the second portion of the set plate are connected by a curved convex portion that urges the hood member upward to bring the hood member into contact with the molding member. And

(Operation) While the hood member is attached to the hood member attachment portion of the vehicle body via the first portion of the set plate, the interior material is attached to the second portion of the set plate located inside the vehicle compartment, and the interior material is attached via the set plate. The top member and the interior material are attached. Further, the hood member is biased upward by the curved projection connecting the upper parts of the first and second parts of the set plate, whereby the hood member is brought into contact with the molding member. .

Embodiment An embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the drawings.

In FIG. 1, reference numeral 1 is an automobile, and an opening of a vehicle body 2 thereof is covered with a hood member 4 so as to be openable and closable by an operation of a link mechanism 3. That is, the hood member 4 is attached along the rear edge of the upper opening of the vehicle body 2 so that it can be folded into a substantially U shape, and the folding of the hood member 4 allows the upper opening of the vehicle body 2 to be opened. It has become.

As shown in FIG. 2, in the rear portion of the automobile 1, a rear deck 11, a rear deck outer 12 and a rear deck inner 13 are joined to form a peripheral portion of an upper opening of the vehicle body 2.
A molding member 14 is fitted to the peripheral portion. The rear deck inner 13 extends substantially vertically upward, and a recess 13a recessed rearward of the vehicle body is formed near the upper edge thereof, that is, near the joint with the rear deck outer 12, and the molding member 14 is formed in the recess 13a. Bolt 16 and nut 17 via mounting bracket 15
It is attached and fixed by.

The hood member 4 forms a bag-shaped rain rail R near the lower side of the recess 13a of the rear deck inner 13.
That is, an extension hood member 22 is welded to the lower edge portion of the hood member 4 through a reinforcing member 21 by a high-frequency welder or the like, and a mounting member 23 is further welded to an end edge portion of the extension hood member 22. . By bending the extension hood member 22 so as to project downward, the rain rail R is formed, and the upper end portion of the mounting member 23 is extended upward to conceal the bolt 16 and the nut 17. There is.

Further, the hood member 4 is attached to the rear deck inner 13 by using a set plate 25 having an inverted U-shaped cross section, which is arranged inside the vehicle compartment. That is, in the nut member 26 fixed to the outer side portion 25a (first portion) of the set plate 25,
By applying the stepped bolt 27 from the rear side of the rear deck inner 13 through the rear deck inner 13, the mounting member 23, the hood member 4, the reinforcing member 21, the extension hood member 22 and the set plate 25, the hood member 4 is formed. Is attached to the rear deck inner 13 (the top member attachment portion of the vehicle body) via the outer side portion 25a of the set plate 25. The large-diameter stepped portion 27a of the stepped bolt 27 functions to keep the distance between the hood member 4 and the mounting member 23 substantially constant, and a seal packing 28 is arranged around it.

The set plate 25 has an inner portion 25b (second portion) located inside the outer portion 25a, and the upper edge portion of the trim 30 as an interior material is attached and fixed to the inner portion 25b by the fastener 31. ing. Therefore, the hood member 4 and the trim 30 are fixed to the rear deck inner 13 by the set plate 25, and the trim 30 is fixed to the inner portion 25b of the set plate 25.
It is designed to cover up.

Further, the upper portions of the outer side portion 25a and the inner side portion 25b of the set plate 25 give tension to the hood member 4 and the hood member 4 is molded.
They are connected by a curved convex portion 25c that abuts against 14.

Therefore, the hood member 4 has the curved convex portion of the set plate 25.
The tension is provided by 2c, and the upper portion of the rear deck inner 13 above the hood member mounting portion comes into contact with the molding member 14 to prevent rainwater and the like from entering, but the sealing structure prevents it. A bag-like bag formed by the hood member 5 as a rain rail R for draining the water or the like to the outside with respect to water or the like that cannot be intruded into the vehicle interior along the outer surface of the hood member 4. There will be no need for a separate rain rail for drainage as the part will function.

Further, in the above-mentioned embodiment, the rain rail R formed by the hood member 4 is arranged near the upper edge portion of the rear deck inner 13, but as shown in FIG. Can be further lowered than in the case shown in FIG.

That is, the rain rail R is configured near the vertical portion below the upper inclined portion of the rear deck inner 42 of the rear deck 43 including the rear deck outer 41 and the rear deck inner 42.

An extension hood member 51 is welded to the lower edge of the hood member 4 via a reinforcing member 52, and a mounting member 53 having a shape corresponding to the rear deck inner 42 is welded to the extension hood member 51. Then, by bending the extension hood member 51, the attachment member 53 is attached along the front surface of the rear deck inner 42 and the upper end portion thereof is attached by the fastener 54 so that the attachment member 53 extends substantially parallel to the hood member 4. It is located in.

(Effects of the Invention) As described above, the present invention mounts the hood member to the hood member mounting portion of the vehicle body through the first portion of the set plate, and internally mounts the second portion located inside the vehicle interior of the set plate. Since the material is attached, the hood member and the interior material can be attached by the set plate, the number of assembling steps can be reduced, and the number of parts can be reduced.
Further, the curved convex portion connecting the first portion and the second portion of the set plate is designed not to simply connect both portions but to give tension to the hood member and bring the hood member into contact with the molding member. Therefore, the seal between the hood member and the molding member is ensured, and the curved convex portion provides the tension to the hood member, so that the hood member is not damaged.

[Brief description of drawings]

1 is a perspective view of an automobile, FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view showing an interior material mounting structure of a rear portion of the automobile, and FIG. 3 is a second view of another embodiment. It is a figure similar to a figure. 1 ... Automobile, 4 ... hood member, 11 ... rear deck, 13 ... rear deck inner, 14 ... mold member, 25 ... set plate, 25
a ... outer part (first part), 25b ... inner part (second part), 25
c ... Curved convex portion, 30 ... Trim (interior material), R ... Rain rail

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[Scope of utility model registration request]
1. A vehicle interior material mounting structure in which a hood member is foldably attached to an opening in an upper part of a vehicle body, a molding member is disposed around a periphery of the opening, and the hood member is a hood member mounting portion of the vehicle body. A second plate which is attached to the vehicle interior side of the set plate through the first portion of the set plate.
An interior material is attached to the portion, and the upper portions of the first portion and the second portion of the set plate are connected by a curved convex portion that applies tension to the hood member and abuts the hood member on the molding member. An interior material mounting structure for automobiles characterized by.
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JP2007182232A (en) * 1999-03-18 2007-07-19 Dura Convertible Systems Inc Convertible top tack strip and its mounting method of hood

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JP2007182232A (en) * 1999-03-18 2007-07-19 Dura Convertible Systems Inc Convertible top tack strip and its mounting method of hood

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