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Hi Everyone, I know that the Trailvoys don't have cabin filters. My son has a pretty good case of asthma and he has a horrable time in my Trailblazer but in our minivan (has filtered cabin air) he is much better. Anyone know if there is a way to retrofit a filter? It's a last ditch effort before getting rid of the Trailblazer.

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There are air purifiers that plug into the 12V accesory socket. There are cheap ($20 range) ones that are just ionizers or more expensive ones with HEPA filters. I would go with the later, they can be had for $125 or so.

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There are air purifiers that plug into the 12V accesory socket. There are cheap ($20 range) ones that are just ionizers or more expensive ones with HEPA filters. I would go with the later, they can be had for $125 or so.

Joe
Yeah ozone is a HUGE no-no for someone with asthma. I was not aware of the "plug in" hepa filter, do you have a link?
 
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