I was wondering the same...but I don't plan on calling my dealer until the first week of May...hoping that by then, they will have a little more to tell me instead of "no change". :banghead: :willy:OISky said:Wondering if anyone has heard how the VOMS conversion from Saturns system to GM's system is going/went ?
I posted on this before but it bears repeatingTexSon said:I was suppose to have mine last week. The dealer called on Friday and said they should have a better idea when they do their "run" either today or Tuesday. It is very frustrating!:banghead: If UPS, and FedEx can track a pack of gum down to the minutes of delivery, why the :cuss: can't Saturn track a :cuss: car!:brentil:
Rick Tinley Park said:I posted on this before but it bears repeating
UPS and FedEx can track a pack of gum because they own every truck, jet and van that the item goes in. Therefore it can be scanned and checked and recorded at every stop along the way. When Saturn "releases to transport" it goes into the transports system and we don't see it (By we I say the Saturn dealers and us poor people with Skyjones) until it comes out the other end (dealer delivery). It could be sitting on a train car (waiting a full load on some siding:willy: ) or on a truck, perhaps waiting for 2 more cars:brentil: ... It could actually be ON Saturn and we would not know it...:jester:
Went to my dealer today. Using the GM system I have a TPW of 5-8-2006 and my event status is 3000. I might see my car by late May, early June.OISky said:Wondering if anyone has heard how the VOMS conversion from Saturns system to GM's system is going/went ?
dmbdlatc said:Went to my dealer today. Using the GM system I have a TPW of 5-8-2006 and my event status is 3000. I might see my car by late May, early June.
Seal..I hope you get it sooner, but would not hold your breath....They can not even find my car and it was shipped all most 2 weeks ago.....pphjj5seal9 said:Just recv call from my dealer the new GM system is up and my car has its production date. The VIN will show up in the next few days, now all we have to do is follow it through inspection, then shipping, and the real waite will start..I still think I will have it before the end of May... Seal9...:lol: :lol: :cheers:
I found this over at the Solstice forum:nscrbug said:I assume that the GM code of '3000' equates to the old Saturn code of '030', right? Where might I find a complete list of the GM codes?
What are Event Codes?
Event codes show the status of the order in the system. Using your VOM order number the dealer can lookup your status (event code) in the syetem.
1100 preliminary order placed/accepted at dealer
1101 preliminary order added
1102 preliminary order added thru web
2000 order accepted by GM
2001 order generated to dealer
2005 order replaced with GM Prospec order
2030 order re-edited
2050 order changed
2500 order is preferenced or "picked up"
3000 order accepted by production control
3100 order available to be sequenced
3300 order scheduled for production
3400 order broadcast (internal plant order produced)
3800 vehicle produced
4000 vehicle available to ship
4104 bailment invoice
4B00 bayed (note it's a letter "B" not 8)
4106 release bailment
4150 vehicle original invoice (dealer billed)
4200 vehicle shipped
4300 intermediate delivery
4V03 EDD (estimated delivery date)
4800 rail ramp unload
5000 vehicle at dealer
6000 vehicle delivered to customer