Covered Parts Under Your Land Rover Protection Plans
What’s impressive about the protection plans offered under this brand is that they cover a great deal. Almost any component inside your automobile can be repaired or replaced without any extra major costs.
So, what are some of the components you can expect to be covered when you opt for a Land Rover protection plan? We can break it down into pieces so you can analyze every bit of what to anticipate from this offer.
Starting with the engine and ending with roadside assistance, you’ll be covered from Point A to Point Z—or is that Point E to Point R?
When you open up the hood to the engine, you’ll see a multitude of parts that are covered. These include all internally lubricated parts, such as:
- Connecting rods and bearings
- Main bearings
What’s covered with the transmission? It will be for both automatic and manual parts, including all internally lubricated parts contained within the cases.
The transmission case and the transfer case are covered only if the breakdown has occurred due to an internally lubricated part. The torque converter, filler tube, dipstick, vacuum modulator, internal linkage, and transmission mounts are also covered.
Drive Axle Components
In terms of axle parts, your coverage extends to both the front and the rear. They include all internally lubricated parts contained within the differential housing, the transaxle housing, and the final drive housing—this includes the housing if the failure has occurred due to an internally lubricated part.
Air Conditioning Components
In the air conditioning unit (factory-installed units only), covered parts include the air-conditioner compressor, clutch, clutch pulley, clutch coils, and electrical HVAC actuators.
Some of the parts covered include, but aren’t limited to:
- Water pump
- Radiator and mounting brackets
- Fan shroud and fan controller module
- Coolant recovery unit
The parts that are covered here are exactly what you might expect. More specifically, they include: the starter, alternator, voltage regulator, distributor, ignition coil, wiring harness, solenoids, and ignition switch.
Some of the parts that are covered include, but aren’t limited to, the master cylinder, power assist booster, wheel cylinders, combination valves, metal hydraulic lines and fittings, and disc calipers.
For the suspension, some examples of the covered parts are the struts, mounting plates, retainer and bushing, upper and lower control arms, and the control arm shafts and bushings.
Here, parts that are included are the gear housing and all internally lubricated parts, including the rack and pinion steering system, the power steering pump, and the main and intermediate shafts.
Fuel Delivery Components
Some of the parts that are covered include, but aren’t limited to: the fuel pump, the fuel tank, the fuel tank sending unit, metal and plastic fuel lines, and the fuel injectors.
Enhanced Systems Protection
Coverage is available for the high-tech components in your vehicle. Some of the components covered are blind spot monitors, hands-free systems, rear monitoring systems, driver information center, keyless access systems, navigation systems, multimedia interface, and voice recognition/command system.
If covered repairs are performed by our team or any other authorized Land Rover retailer, the deductible will be waived while the vehicle is under factory warranty.
During extended coverage periods, repairs by an authorized Jaguar Land Rover retailer will have a one-hundred ($100) deductible. For repairs performed by any other repair facility, the deductible will be two-hundred and fifty ($250) dollars. You can talk to a member of our team for more details.
As a Land Rover customer, you have roadside assistance benefits that run for the full duration of your service agreement.
For assistance, just call our service center. Check out our contact page and explore our website for more information.