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Steven J Engelgau

age ~62

from Royal Oak, MI

Also known as:
  • Steven John Engelgau
  • Steven Engelgau
  • Steven U
Phone and address:
510 S Vermont Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067
248-4143911

Steven Engelgau Phones & Addresses

  • 510 S Vermont Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067 • 248-4143911 • 810-4143911
  • Punta Gorda, FL
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Grand Rapids, MI
  • Lakeport, MI
  • Wyoming, MI
  • Kalamazoo, MI

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Steven Engelgau
Principal
Engelgau Engineering
Engineering Services
510 S Vermont Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067

Us Patents

  • Break-Away Pedal With Ball Swivel Snap-In

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  • US Patent:
    6393934, May 28, 2002
  • Filed:
    Jun 21, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    09/598582
  • Inventors:
    Christopher Rixon - Tecumseh, CA
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
  • Assignee:
    Teleflex Incorporated - Plymouth Meeting PA
  • International Classification:
    G05G 114
  • US Classification:
    74512
  • Abstract:
    A pedal assembly ( ) for use in a vehicle comprising a pedal arm ( ) having a pivot ( ) for movable connection to a vehicle structure ( ) to allow the pedal arm ( ) to pivot in a normal operating range between a rest position and a fully applied position under a predetermined normal operating load. The pedal arm ( ) further includes a mechanism ( ) connecting the pedal arm ( ) to a brake system ( ) for transmitting normal operating loads through the pedal arm ( ) to the brake system ( ). The mechanism ( ) includes a fuse ( ) for allowing the pedal arm ( ) to move independently from the brake system ( ) in response to a predetermined load that exceeds the normal operating load. The pedal assembly ( ) is characterized by the fuse ( ) being frangible for destruction in response to the predetermined load and by including a pocket member ( ) for supporting the fuse ( ) and for receiving a replacement fuse ( ).
  • Retractable Roof Panel

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  • US Patent:
    6494528, Dec 17, 2002
  • Filed:
    Nov 20, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/989361
  • Inventors:
    Roch J. Tolinski - Howell MI
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
  • Assignee:
    Meritor Light Vehicle Technology, LLC - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    B60J 7053
  • US Classification:
    29621604, 29621605, 29621608, 296222
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle is provided that includes a roof with a roof opening and a rear body portion with a rear opening. Spaced apart guide rails are supported on an exterior surface of the roof. A retractable roof panel is supported on the guide rails by guide members that move along the guide rails along a path. The roof opening and the roof panel extend to the rearward end where the roof panel defines a rear header. The retractable roof panel may be driven from a closed positioned forward to an open position where the roof panel is adjacent to the exterior surface of the roof. The rear gate assembly, which is arranged in the rear opening, may be opened to provide access to the rear cargo area of the vehicle. With the rear gate assembly and retractable roof panel open, large items may be slid into the cargo area and may extend above the plane of the roof.
  • Integral Latch And Drive System For A Powered Sliding Door

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  • US Patent:
    6729072, May 4, 2004
  • Filed:
    Mar 13, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/387771
  • Inventors:
    Rajesh J. Somnay - Troy MI
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
    Shelley Lynn Bess - Royal Oak MI
    Christopher Matthew Radjewski - Sterling Heights MI
    Ian Christopher Hoare - W. Bloomfield MI
    Silvio M. Yamada - Waterford MI
  • Assignee:
    ArvinMeritor Technology LLC - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    E05F 1134
  • US Classification:
    49362, 296155, 49279, 292144, 292DIG 23, 74 29
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle door lock system comprises a sliding vehicle door, having a door path of travel generally translational to a vehicle frame. A drive unit moves the vehicle door along a door path. A drive component communicates the movement from the drive unit to the vehicle door by moving along a drive component path of travel. A latch is selectively actuated to arrest movement of the drive component and the vehicle door by blocking the drive component path of travel.
  • One Piece Plastic Water Management System For Sunroof

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  • US Patent:
    6786537, Sep 7, 2004
  • Filed:
    Dec 12, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/319283
  • Inventors:
    Troy Allan - Howell MI
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
    Hyong Chol Park - Ann Arbor MI
    Joachim Roeder - Muehlheim, DE
    Daniel Cooney - Livonia MI
    Michael Cherry - Farmington Hills MI
    John Long - Highland MI
    Keith Roberts - Fowlerville MI
    Gregory Kerwin - Howell MI
  • Assignee:
    ArvinMeritor Technology, LLC - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    X60J 700
  • US Classification:
    296213, 29621608
  • Abstract:
    A water management system of the present invention provides a sunroof drain member formed as a continuous piece. The drain member supports a sunroof guide track, and removes water from the guide track and sunroof area. The sunroof guide track is secured to the drain member by a plurality of interlocking features. By forming the interlocking features as integral parts of the guide track and drain member this prevents leakage in weakening in the areas where fastening devices would otherwise need to be attached.
  • Power Sliding Vehicle Door

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  • US Patent:
    6807775, Oct 26, 2004
  • Filed:
    Mar 12, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/387313
  • Inventors:
    Ian Christopher Hoare - West Bloomfield MI
    Steven John Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
    Shelley Lynn Bess - Royal Oak MI
    Christopher Matthew Radjewski - Sterling Heights MI
    Rajesh J. Somnay - Troy MI
    Silvio M. Yamada - Waterford MI
  • Assignee:
    ArvinMeritor Technology, LLC - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    E05F 1134
  • US Classification:
    49362, 474133
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle includes an automated drive device for powered sliding movement of the door into open or closed positions. The drive device includes a belt that cooperates with a track. A biasing member urges the belt into engagement with a corresponding portion of the track to ensure adequate engagement to achieve the desired movement of the door responsive to rotary movement of the belt. In one example, the belt and track include teeth that cooperate such that rotary movement of the belt results in linear movement of the door relative to the vehicle body.
  • Single Drive System For Driving Components Of Sliding Vehicle Closure Member

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  • US Patent:
    6848216, Feb 1, 2005
  • Filed:
    Feb 27, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/375666
  • Inventors:
    Steven John Engelgau - Royal Oak MI, US
    Shelley Lynn Bess - Royal Oak MI, US
    Rajesh J. Somnay - Troy MI, US
    Silvio M. Yamada - Waterford MI, US
    Christopher Matthew Radjewski - Sterling Heights MI, US
    Ian Christopher Hoare - West Bloomfield MI, US
  • Assignee:
    ArvinMeritor Technology LLC - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    E05F 1154
  • US Classification:
    49360, 49352
  • Abstract:
    A common drive system drives multiple systems within a sliding vehicle closure member with a single drive motor. A controller selectively connects the drive motor to either a door drive assembly, a window drive assembly, or a lock module drive assembly through a selector assembly in response to actuation of a particular input. The selector assembly includes a transmission which shifts the drive motor between multiple gear trains to drive the particular drive assembly.
  • Belt Drive System For Sliding Vehicle Door

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  • US Patent:
    6854212, Feb 15, 2005
  • Filed:
    Mar 6, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/382682
  • Inventors:
    Steven John Engelgau - Royal Oak MI, US
    Shelley Lynn Bess - Royal Oak MI, US
    Christopher Matthew Radjewski - Sterling Heights MI, US
    Ian Christopher Hoare - West Bloomfield MI, US
    Rajesh J. Somnay - Troy MI, US
    Silvio M. Yamada - Waterford MI, US
  • Assignee:
    ArvinMeritor Technology, LLC. - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    E05F011/54
  • US Classification:
    49360, 49358
  • Abstract:
    A drive system drives a pulley along a curved track to open and close a sliding vehicle door. The pulley is pivotally mounted to the sliding door to permit the pulley to pivot when the pulley traverses the curved portion of the track. An electric motor drives the pulley through a drive belt. In operation, as the pulley pivots when it traverses the curved portion of the track, the drive belt twists. Torque transfer between the pulleys and the motor is maintained during twisting of the drive belt which thereby permits an uncomplicated yet effective system for driving the sliding door along the curved portion of track. Another drive system transmits torque through a drive shaft arrangement which rotates as the drive system traverses the curved portion of track.
  • Retractable Roof Panel

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  • US Patent:
    6860549, Mar 1, 2005
  • Filed:
    Dec 11, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/316527
  • Inventors:
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Arvin Meritor Technology, LLC. - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    B60J007/053
  • US Classification:
    29621604, 29621605, 29621608, 296223
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle is provided that includes a roof with a roof opening and a rear body portion with a rear opening. Spaced apart guide rails are supported on an exterior surface of the roof. A retractable roof panel is supported on the guide rails by guide members that move along the guide rails along a path. The roof opening and the roof panel extend to the rearward end where the roof panel defines a rear header. The retractable roof panel may be driven from a closed positioned forward to an open position where the roof panel is adjacent to the exterior surface of the roof. The rear gate assembly, which is arranged in the rear opening, may be opened to provide access to the rear cargo area of the vehicle. With the rear gate assembly and retractable roof panel open, large items may be slid into the cargo area and may extend above the plane of the roof.

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