June 10, 2022 at 11:32 am #709915
I’ve been told I’m at event code 4300. Looking around 4300 is intermediate delivery. One place implicated that was delivery to a railhead. Another place said pulled for QC check or to upfitter – spray in bed liner etc. Does it mean either? Both? Any thoughts appreciated.
June 12, 2022 at 5:27 pm #710156
4300 is “Intermediate Delivery”. I would guess that could mean by rail.
4B00 is “Order bayed; vehicle is waiting on transportation or pulled for quality control”
Next would be 4800: “Rail ramp unload; vehicle at rail road destination awaiting truck transport to dealer”
So … if you went from 4B00 to 4300 I would think it MIGHT be on a train and you’ll hit 4800 next. Or, you’re at 4300 and it’s on a carrier and will go right to 5000/Dealer. I suppose there’s no real way to know, but it seems you’re past the QC pull or waiting for a train in any event, or at least that’s how I’d read it.
June 12, 2022 at 5:37 pm #710157
Hopefully it’s on a train as it has to come from Flint out to idaho. What makes me wonder is one blog stated 4300 could mean it was dropped at an upfitter. I ordered the 5th wheel package which included the spray in bed liner which is a trip to an upfitter.
June 13, 2022 at 2:57 am #710159
4300 just means it was moved to another location, upfitter, storage lot, rail head etc. Note-Trucks get bed liner sprayed in by upfitter offsite so the trucks are loaded on car hauler and sent there. They sit waiting to be processed and are sent back to the plant, a rail head or a marshaling yards to await shipment on to the final destination.
4B00 means it sitting parked waiting (its turn) for the next mode of transportation. There is a big bar code on the windshield that gets scanned.
• 4200 Shipped
• 4250 Ocean Dispatched
• 4300 Intermediate Delivery
• 4350 At Port of Exit – Truck
• 4800 Rail Ramp Unload
• 4850 At Port of Exit – Rail
• 4B00 Bayed (Available to Ship)
• 4B01 Arrived at Vehicle Distribution Center
• 4B10 Available for Export Shipping
• 4B11 Available for Sale
• 4B12 Argentina Built Order Ready for Re-Invoice to Mexico
• 4B31 Anticipated Tag
• 4B40 Grounded Tag
• 4B42 Untag
• 4B45 Credit Rebill Rejected
• 4B50 Final Dealer Assigned by Central Office
• 4B60 Credit Rebill Sent to Vehicle Billing and Accounts Receivable System
• 4B65 CDO Requests Created (GM International Sales Only)
• 4B70 Credit Rebill Cancelled in Vehicle Billing and Accounts Receivable System
• 4D00 Vehicle on Hold
• 4DCR Carrier Reject
• 4F01 Vehicle Arrived at Central Distribution Center
• 4F02 In Transit to Regional Distribution Center
• 4F03 Vehicle Arrived at Regional Distribution Center
• 4F04 Vehicle Tagged in Transit to Dealer
• 4FCR Invoice Reject
• 4FUN Credit Dealer/Undo Invoice
• 4V01 Vehicle at Upfitter
• 4V02 Vehicle on Transportation Hold
• 4V03 Estimated Delivery Date Updated
• 5000 Delivered to Dealer
• 5050 Vehicle Transfer – Dealer Initiated
• 6000 Delivered to Customer; First Delivery; D1
• 6061 Delivery Cancellation; First Return to Stock; R1
• 6200 Retail Sale; Second Delivery; D2
June 13, 2022 at 3:11 am #710160
PS – Spray In Bed liner installer would not be considered an upfitter, they do what the plant can’t off-site at their facility specifically for servicing he plant. Another would be a off-site vendor who installs stripes on Camaro’s.
An upfitter would be like a place that installs a utility box, ambulance package; modifies the vehicle etc.
- This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by Z15.
June 13, 2022 at 8:26 am #710215
Z15 – thank you for the info. That’s the most complete code list I’ve seen, not that I’ve been at this long. Excited that it appears my truck is moving forward?
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