The DeBroux Automotive team knows a thing or two about keeping cars, trucks and classic cars on the road. Our family-owned business loves sharing advice, stories and information with you, our loyal customers. Be sure to check in regularly to learn maintenance and repair tips from our mechanics, the latest news circulating in automotive circles, and current specials and promotions from DeBroux.
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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!
Cooling System, Driving Tips, Maintenance • Tuesday November 27, 2018
Anti-freeze: it’s a critical component in your car’s cooling system. And it’s especially crucial during the cold winter months. While many people know what antifreeze is (and that it’s toxic to pets), not everyone understands what it does or how to check that their car has enough of it. Here’s what you need to know…
Maintenance, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems • Monday October 15, 2018
Your car’s oxygen sensors may be responsible for your “check engine” light being on. Learn more about these tiny sensors here. Oxygen sensors are some of the most essential elements of your car. Developed in the late 1960s by the Robert Bosch company, the oxygen sensor measures the amount of oxygen in liquid or gas….