Reliable and Trusted Transmission Repair Services in the South Shore, including Brockton, Quincy, and more

At Midway Automotive, we see a wide range of automotive issues and ailments brought to the doors of our onsite service facility. One of the more common problems we encounter are transmission issues and it makes sense. The transmissions of our cars, trucks, and SUVs take a beating over their lifetime. Improper gear shifting with manual transmissions and early shifting from Reverse to Drive can lead to serious wear and tear on our vehicle's transmissions and while transmission maintenance remains one of the more important check-ups on our vehicles, it's also one of the most commonly neglected components of the vehicle. What's the reasoning behind this? For one, you probably don't receive any type of alert from your model like you might with low fuel or tire pressure. Secondly, many drivers fail to check their vehicle's fluid levels regularly. If you fear your particular model's transmission is beyond the prime of its life it might be time to consider setting up a service appointment with us here at Midway Automotive.

The Importance of Transmission Repairs

Not an automotive expert? No problem! We'll fill you in on the details and significance of transmission repairs so you feel entirely comfortable when you bring in your used Toyota, Ford, or BMW to our onsite service facility.

Simply put, transmissions transmit horsepower and torque from the engine to your vehicle's wheels and axles. While the engine operates as the beating heart so to speak the transmission functions as a means of circulating its power. These systems rely entirely on one another meaning if one begins to fail you'll start to experience the fallout and symptoms almost immediately in the driver's seat. There are two common reasons to service a transmission system: regular maintenance and damage. Naturally, if you service your vehicle's transmission as required (every 30,000 to 100,000 miles) you won't have to worry so much about costly repairs or replacement. How can you spot the signs of a failing transmission system? Read up on the brief list of common symptoms below to ensure you catch the piece of equipment in its early "failing stage" before you need to make a serious investment in an entire new transmission.

  • Grinding noises (improper gear lubrication)
  • Puddles underneath your vehicle after its been parked (leaking transmission fluid)
  • Burning smell inside your vehicle (leaking fluid)

While these signs all directly point to a failing or worn transmission system you don't have to wait until you begin to see warning signs to bring in your model to have it fixed. We all hope to have our odometers read well above the 100,000-mile mark. Set up a service appointment today if you have yet to service your vehicle's transmission system. Our certified technicians will work with the particular Lexus, Ford, Nissan, or BMW parts your car, truck, or SUV needs to get it back in tip-top shape. Our auto repair and body shop is a popular destination for drivers throughout the Brockton, Braintree, MA and Quincy, MA region.

If you feel your vehicle has reached the end of its lifetime of service we also have a full inventory of used Toyota, Ford, and BMW vehicles available for you to explore at your earliest convenience. These used vehicles are of the highest quality and running fashion. Rest assured that inside and out they're still running as if they've been driven straight off the manufacturing floor. Why not browse through them while you wait for our expert technicians to repair your vehicle's transmission system?

Drop us a line today to schedule a time to join us here at our used car dealership near Weymouth after following these helpful directions!


Midway Automotive Corp

411 Brockton Ave.
Directions Abington, MA 02351

  • Sales: (781) 878-8888
  • Service: (781) 878-8888
  • Parts: (781) 878-8888


  • Monday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
  • Tuesday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
  • Wednesday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
  • Thursday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
  • Friday 9:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Saturday 9:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Sunday 11:00AM - 4:00PM