John Deere Protect Parts & Fluids Plan provides OEM support with flexibility to use your own techs

By Jenny LescohierMarch 20, 2022

John Deere Protect Parts & Fluids Plan is designed to help customers manage long-term ownership costs and provide flexibility for customers to maintain their machines

How would you like OEM support with parts and fluids, but with the flexibility to do the labor and inspections with your own techs? If this sounds good, John Deere has introduced a new solution aimed at doing just that.

In April 2021, John Deere released the John Deere Protect Service Plan to better support customers through improved aftermarket and support capabilities. The company is now releasing the John Deere Protect Parts & Fluids Plan, which includes the same John Deere Protect benefits, but with the added flexibility of having the preventive maintenance labor and inspection performed by the customer’s own technicians.

Both the John Deere Protect Service Plan and the John Deere Protect Parts & Fluids Plan are designed to help customers manage long-term ownership costs and provide flexibility for customers to maintain their machines.

“John Deere Protect service plan was a great success, but we had one request from our customers… added flexibility. Our customers recognize the value of John Deere Protect and the expertise their John Deere dealer provides, but were either located in very remote locations or already had capable technicians on staff,” said Dan Stecklein, manager, service marketing.

“John Deere Protect Parts & Fluids Plan is based on the same foundation of machine warranties and assurances, use of genuine John Deere parts and fluids, and proactive machine monitoring, while enabling the customer to perform the maintenance labor with their in-house technicians.”

The John Deere Protect Parts & Fluids Plan is now available for select John Deere construction equipment in the U.S. and Canada.

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