Cabin Air Filters
Have you Changed Your Vehicles Cabin Air Filter?
Does Your Vehicle have a Cabin Air Filter?
From Apply Now — Your Guide to Asthma
Many people don’t realize that their vehicles may have cabin air filters. These cabin air filters are installed by many auto manufacturers and filter the air from outside and help remove asthma triggers and pollution before it gets into your vehicle.
Many commuters don’t realize the filter is even there, much less if it needs to be changed. If you spend a lot of time in your vehicle stuck in traffic, the cabin air filter can help reduce the chance of asthma symptoms while you are in your vehicle.
A new web site recently launched by Micronair, can help vehicle owners determine if their make has a cabin air filter. The site provides consumers with application information and detailed do-it-yourself installation instructions for more than 110 late-model cars, SUVs, light trucks and commercial vehicles produced by BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Daewoo, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Saab, Toyota and Volkswagen.
You can also order the cabin air filter for your vehicle directly from the site. Changing this filter may help reduce the asthma symptoms your experience. Take a minute and see if your vehicle has a cabin air filter, and if so if it needs to be changed.