North Wells Service Center

at 522 Wallywood Dr, Fort Wayne, 46808 United States

North Wells Service Center started in 1958 as Ed's Sunoco.At North Wells Service Center, we have a real commitment to you, our customer. We are very thrilled to provide you with a with a wide range of service options for your vehicle.

North Wells Service Center
522 Wallywood Dr
Fort Wayne , IN 46808
United States
Contact Phone
P: (260) 483-4438


Ensure your automobile is maintained properly and bring it to the professionals from our family-owned-and-operated automotive repair shop in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Established in 1958, North Wells Service Center has served vehicle owners throughout the area for more than five decades, and is ready to provide you with the highest quality service with top-of-the-line equipment.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Tuesdays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Wednesdays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Thursdays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Fridays: 07:00- 17:30

Reviews for North Wells Service Center

R T.

This is the kind of place, where you go if you need "Something other than (quick service)". Done to your vehicle. The original owner of this shop, started... Read more

Eric S.

You car is no longer covered by a warranty and you wonder where you can take your car to get honest and reliable maintenance done....well...North Wells... Read more
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When deciding on springs, you need to keep in mind the overall performance you are going for. For instance, higher spring rates will give you a tighter suspension, but stiffen the overall ride. Softer springs still increase performance, but don’t affect the ride quality as much.

Published on 2015-05-14 13:15:59 GMT

A/C didn't start getting added to cars until the 1950s, and usually on luxury models, so if you've got an old hot rod, it probably doesn't have any A/C. Fortunately, A/C experts can do custom A/C systems to had a little modern comfort to a classic car.

Published on 2015-05-12 13:16:01 GMT

The refrigerant in your car's A/C can reach 32° F, and if there's water in your car's A/C system, it will freeze and turn into ice. That's why after the refrigerant is condensed back to a liquid, it goes through a receiver-dryer which removes any water from the system.

Published on 2015-05-07 13:16:12 GMT

Have you ever noticed what happens when you drive through fog? Your headlights simply create glare. Instead, fog lamps can help to create some additional visibility, which is crucial if you are driving on a road you are not familiar with.

Published on 2015-05-05 13:16:05 GMT

The first mechanical air conditioners were both invented for factories. The first electric one in 1902 was invented by Willis Carrier for a printing plant. The first evaporation cooling A/C was invented in 1906 by Stuart Cramer for a textile factory.

Published on 2015-04-30 13:16:04 GMT

Auxiliary driving lights can make an excellent addition to your vehicle, as they provide greater visibility at longer distances. These lighting systems are designed to project a long, narrow beam of light in a variety of patterns, thereby greatly extending your range of view.

Published on 2015-04-28 13:16:04 GMT

The alternator gets the energy to generate electricity from the crankshaft. The crankshaft is a bar that is bent at key points, and transfers the linear movement of the pistons into rotational movement, which turns the wheels and drives parts of the engine.

Published on 2015-04-23 13:16:05 GMT

Hydraulic fluid, or brake fluid, cannot be compressed and serves the primary function of transmitting hydraulic pressure from the brake pedal through the brake lines to the brake assembly at each wheel. Hydraulic fluid is typically glycol or silicone based.

Published on 2015-04-21 13:16:06 GMT

Even though they're all round, some tires are designed to run in only one direction. If you're not sure you have these kinds of "unidirectional" tires, it will be marked on your sidewalls. We can help you determine if your tires are running in the right direction.

Published on 2015-04-16 13:16:13 GMT

Did you know that early model vehicles didn’t always have serpentine belts? This is the belt that drives all components that rely on crankshaft power. Some early model vehicles used a separate drive belt from the crankshaft pulley to the alternator pulley.

Published on 2015-04-14 13:16:00 GMT

Did you know that the tread on your tires should never fall below 1/16 of an inch in depth, as this can be a real safety concern? If you regularly drive on slick, wet surfaces, then your minimum tread should be at least twice that much.

Published on 2015-04-09 13:16:14 GMT

Did you know that failing to perform auto maintenance as scheduled can void your manufacturer’s warranty? Let us help you keep that important warranty in force.

Published on 2015-04-07 13:16:04 GMT

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Published on 2015-04-06 15:56:20 GMT

A differential is a key part of any modern car, but what is it? If you look under your car, you should see a round metal bump in the middle of your axle. That's it. It allows your wheels to turn at two different speeds while cornering, which gives you better handling.

Published on 2015-04-02 13:16:13 GMT

Most internal combustion gas-powered engines, whether large or small, share common design elements and incorporate six primary systems that are critical to operation. These include the fuel source, exhaust, starter or ignition system, combustion, cooling and lubrication systems.

Published on 2015-03-31 13:16:04 GMT

Why did AC, alternating current, power – the type of power that an alternator uses – win out over DC, direct current, power? Because AC power is a much more efficient converter of electrical energy producing more voltage than DC power and electrical power that can travel longer distances.

Published on 2015-03-26 13:16:28 GMT

Anti-lock brakes and traction control systems don't make up for good tires. Anti-lock brakes keep your car from locking up, and traction control only stops spin. You still need healthy tires to provide traction and road contact.

Published on 2015-03-24 13:16:02 GMT

Like any other part of a car, the A/C unit has evolved over the years in both technology and design. This can be tricky when restoring the A/C unit on a vintage car, but fortunately A/C experts know A/C systems cold, and can help it fit together.

Published on 2015-03-19 13:16:06 GMT

Because snow tires are made from softer rubbers that can withstand colder temperatures, they wear out faster than regular tires. To help your snow tires last, change them out as soon as warmer weather is on the way.

Published on 2015-03-17 13:16:07 GMT

Is your transmission making a lot of noises while your car's in neutral? This might not seem like a big deal, but could signal something a lot worse, such as mechanical wear on parts. A transmission expert can check over the gears and bearings to find any problems.

Published on 2015-03-12 13:16:13 GMT

20 Things Fort Wayne Drivers Should Do After a Car Accident 1. Stay calm. Try not to panic. Be courteous. 2. Check yourself and others involved to see if there are injuries. In some states, failing to render medical aid is a crime. 3. Call an ambulance (911) if there are injuries that may need treatment. 4. Turn your hazard lights on. 5. If you keep flares and warning triangles in your vehicle, use them to alert other drivers in the area. North Wells Service Center recommends that all drivers keep safety devices stored in their vehicle along with a first aid kit. 6. If the accident is not serious, and the car(s) involved are in the street, move them off the road if possible. But make sure you don't move them so far that you could be accused of leaving the scene of the accident. 7. Call the local Fort Wayne police department regardless of the seriousness of the accident. If there is no documentation of the accident, you can't file a claim. 8. Don't admit fault. 9. Write down important details about how the crash occurred while it is fresh in your memory. If you have a mobile app for your auto insurance, it probably provides an easy way to enter this information. 10. Exchange contact and insurance specifics with the other driver(s) involved. 11. If there are witnesses, get complete contact information. 12. Take photos of the collision with your phone or other mobile device. 13. If the other driver is not the person listed on the registration, find out how they are related. 14. When police officers arrive, record their names and badge numbers. 15. Don't tell the other driver(s) anything about your auto insurance coverage limits. 16. Make sure you understand clearly what happened.(See number 9.) Be consistent when explaining the situation to police officers or your insurance agent. Don't change your story or you will lose credibility. Don't give details to anyone unless you are required to. 17. Make sure you take down the license plate numbers of the other car(s) involved. 18. Consider hiring a lawyer if you have serious injuries that may require long term care or the other driver threatens or initiates legal action. 19. File your insurance claim as soon as you can. The claim process can take a lot of time. You don't want to delay settlement unnecessarily. Save all receipts for any medical treatment or work done on your automobile. 20. If your car isn't drivable, find out if your insurance policy covers roadside assistance. 21. (This is a bonus!) Make sure you don't put your signature on any report except those required by a law officer or insurance representative. You will probably be involved in at least one accident during your lifetime, even if you are a very careful driver. The good news is that cars are safer than ever before and the rate of fatal collisions has dropped. If you need accident repair for your vehicle, bring it in to North Wells Service Center. If your insurance agent tells you that you have to use a certain shop, check the laws in your state. Many states prohibit insurance companies from requiring you to use their contracted facility. You also want to be careful that your service center doesn't use inferior parts that may void your warranty.

Published on 2015-03-11 17:36:03 GMT

Modern engineering has designed automatic transmissions so they will work smoothly while they transition between the gears. That means that if you notice anything other than completely smooth shifting, you probably have a transmission problem, but a transmission expert can help.

Published on 2015-03-10 13:16:05 GMT

Trailer tires are speed-rated. Most maximum speeds for trailers are 65 miles per hour because of the heat building up inside the tire. Too much built up heat can cause the tire to fail. We can talk with you about the proper speed rating for your tires.

Published on 2015-11-05 14:16:39 GMT

Our quality work and premium products will help to smooth out your vehicle’s drive immediately. We offer these services at a rate that we know you can appreciate. Contact us for more information.

Published on 2015-11-03 14:16:50 GMT


Published on 2015-10-29 20:17:38 GMT

A core charge is a fee applied to the purchase of new car batteries when the old one is not traded in. It's used to encourage people to return old batteries so they can be disposed of in compliance with local laws.

Published on 2015-10-29 13:16:46 GMT

When it comes to emergency lights, the revolving or flashing light systems actually use several lamps around which a curved reflective material (much like a mirror) spins. This creates the familiar rotating beam of light.

Published on 2015-10-27 13:16:36 GMT

Did you know that suspension springs and shock absorbers will wear out gradually over a period of months or years, but that these changes can be subtle and not noticeable in the car’s handling? This is why regular suspension checks are always recommended.

Published on 2015-10-22 13:16:38 GMT

Oil is not the only fluid in your car that should be frequently checked. Engine coolant, which is the water that is treated with a chemical that keeps it from freezing, should be changed every 30,000 to 50,000 miles.

Published on 2015-10-20 13:16:52 GMT

If you’ve been rebuilding a vehicle that calls for older parts, you may not know which type of suspension can be installed. Whether you need parts for a new or late model vehicle, we can help.

Published on 2015-10-15 13:17:14 GMT

A simple test you can perform to determine if there’s a problem with your battery or your alternator is run your car and then unplug the positive connection of the battery. If the car stops, then this indicates problem with the alternator.

Published on 2015-10-13 13:16:38 GMT

Summer is almost over and with fall and winter approaching means less daylight on your commutes to and from work. Stop by and let us look at your headlights. We can remove the film on my headlights to make them clear again. We can also install headlight bulbs that will shine up to 100 feet further in front of you and NOT blind on coming traffic.

Published on 2015-10-12 21:35:08 GMT

When it comes to emergency vehicles, it is imperative for the safety and security of the driver and occupants as well as other cars on the road that all emergency lights perform up to standards. Specialized lighting equipment helps ensure that the vehicle can do the job it needs to do.

Published on 2015-10-08 13:16:43 GMT

If you take good care of your car and engage in preventative maintenance by keeping a good record of what you’ve done, what maintenance we’ve done and what plans you have for it, you’ll get a long life out of your car.

Published on 2015-10-06 13:16:31 GMT

Have your headlights oxidized? If you notice an opaque glaze on your headlights, it will reduce their effective light transmission. Removing it is tedious and time consuming. Bring your car to us and let us clear up the situation.

Published on 2015-10-01 13:16:26 GMT

Are you the type of person who loves to spend weekends working on your car? While you may be able to buy replacement brake pads, leaving this important safety feature to the professionals is a good idea.

Published on 2015-09-29 13:16:49 GMT

Gasoline quality is unstable and the prices are even worse. Unfortunately, when gas at the pump is poor quality, it can cause carbon to buildup in your fuel system. That buildup can cause inefficient combustion which means poor power and a noticeable drop in gas mileage. Carbon build up can also lead to performance issues and poor running conditions. valve.jpg injector.jpg Having the fuel system service on your vehicle will clean both the injectors and the valves to stop this build up. New vehicles can have carbon build up, even within the first few thousand miles. Mention this email for a discount on a fuel system service for only $99.95 this month. Call Mitch, Michelle or John with any questions. North Wells Service Center 260-438-4438

Published on 2015-09-25 20:07:56 GMT

Gasoline quality is unstable and the prices are even worse. Unfortunately, when gas at the pump is poor quality, it can cause carbon to buildup in your fuel system. That buildup can cause inefficient combustion which means poor power and a noticeable drop in gas mileage. Carbon build up can also lead to performance issues and poor running conditions. Having the fuel system service on your vehicle will clean both the injectors and the valves to stop this build up. New vehicles can have carbon build up, even within the first few thousand miles. Mention this email for a discount on a fuel system service for only $99.95 this month.

Published on 2015-09-25 20:07:28 GMT

When you purchase a new vehicle, it’s always a good idea to go through the owner’s manual to view the maintenance schedule. That will let you know how often you’ll need to bring it in to us for tuneups.

Published on 2015-09-24 13:16:27 GMT

Did you know the first disc brakes (manufactured in 1902) were made of copper? Because of the poor conditions of roads, the copper wore down very quickly and were discarded as non-viable. It was not until the 1950s that manufacturers realized the true potential of the disc brake.

Published on 2015-09-22 13:16:31 GMT

When you have trouble with your brakes, it could be any number of parts in the brake system causing the issue. These include brake pads, rotors, shoes and wheel bearings.