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Ever since DeBroux Automotive first opened its doors in 1989, our team has strived to provide trustworthy, reliable and expert auto repair services to Pensacola, Florida and the surrounding areas at an affordable price. Our experienced mechanics tackle any automotive repair issue thrown at them from routine maintenance and tune ups to rebuilding entire engines. We like to say we can fix anything on any make or model — even classic cars — and we can.
The DeBroux Automotive team boasts some of the most experienced ASE-certified auto repair technicians in the area. Individual owners and fleet managers know they can trust the experts at DeBroux to perform reliable maintenance and auto repairs. Over the past three decades, our down-home, friendly staff has built a loyal customer following by delivering on promises and building great relationships. We look forward to meeting and serving you, too!
Maintenance • Tuesday June 5, 2018
Importance of Timing Belt The timing belt is the conductor of your car’s engine. It maintains the beat and rhythm of the pistons and valves. You cannot exaggerate its importance to a healthy vehicle. In more technical terms, this integral belt connects the engine camshaft and engine crankshaft, rotating them in sync. This allows the timing belt…
Maintenance • Monday May 14, 2018
When Should You Do Brake Repair on Your Car? Keep yourself, your family and other drivers on the road safe by making sure your brakes remain in top condition. Really no set schedule exists to have this critical safety feature checked by a mechanic. Brakes wear out more quickly, though, if you live in a city…