Do spring pollens really make you sneeze? Reduce pollens and allergens from entering the vehicle by regularly replacing the vehicle's cabin air filter. Ryco N99 MicroShield cabin air filters can stop fine contaminants like dust and odours in their tracks.
Keep those nasties from building up in a dirty filter by changing the cabin air filter every 15,000 km or once a year.
Locating the cabin air filter for service is relatively easy, with access gained under the bonnet, below the centre console or most commonly behind or below the glove box. Each filter part number page can tell you where it is located and a recommended fitting time. Here's our mate Mark Boxer changing a filter behind the glove box
Ryco N99 Microshield Cabin Air Filters are the answer to fully protecting passengers from harmful outside air. Not only does it contain particle and activated carbon media layers that neutralise odours and blocks harmful airborne chemicals such as ozone and exhaust gasses. These filters are equipped with a layer of N99 medical grade media which is rated to remove up to 99.7% of airborne bacteria and viruses and filters contaminants down to < 0.3 micron.