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Problem is.. ozone is corrosive to many components inside a modern vehicle cabin. It is also harmful to the lungs.

It's fine to do once in a while most likely (as long as you do not inhale the ozone), but not on a regular basis.
Ozone is also very destructive to rubber and some plastics, so if they aren't designed for ozone exposure the lifespan will be reduced.
 

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The owner's manual says not to use any abrasive chemicals. Alcohol can dry out leather and polymers (vinyl/plastic/polyurethanes) -- causing them to fade, crack, or peel. If you must sanitize, use an automotive grade product for polymer and leather. The owner's manual says that mild soap and water is recommended. Also, according to a BSN-RN that I know, soap and water will also kill everything by breaking up the lipid layer of the virus or bacteria.
 
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