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Does anyone have a breakdown on what the delivery codes mean? My 300C recently hit Status Code D1 last week. Not sure what D1 stands for. Any suggestion on how long to expect delivery once it hits D1?


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This information hopefully will help....


Hello, This is Brian Carotenuto. These are the codes that the plant uses to decipher where the car is in the production stages. I don't work for the plant, but I am a member of the website forum that the plant has set up to answer questions about the cars. You can check out the site at Here are the codes to tell where the car is in production at the plant.

BB: Review by fleet department
BD: Special equipment processing
BE: Edit error
BG: Passed edit n/a for schedule
BGL: Edit ok parts unavailable
BX: Passed edit available for schedule
C: Sub firm
D: Firm schedule - dealer has allocation and all parts available
D1+2: Gateline schedule - scheduled to be built
E: Frame
F: Paint
G: Trim
I: Built not ok'd
J: Built ok'd
JB: Shipped to body vendor
JE: Emission check
JS: Shipped to storage
KZ: Released by plant , invoiced
KZL: Released - not shipped
KZM: First rail departure
KZN: First rail arrival
KZO: Delayed/recieved
KZOA: Plant holds
KZOB: Zone/distribution holds
KZOC: Carrier delays
KZOD: Carrier holds
KZOE: Mis-shipped vehicle
KZOF: Show/test vehicle
KZOG: Damaged vehicle
KZOH: All other reasons
KZT: Second rail departure
KZU: Second rail arrival
KZX: Delivered to dealer
ZA: Canceled

To answer your question. I will tell you my scenario....My 300 stayed in D1 for about 3 weeks before it hit the production line. I have a base 300. My car was started on the 20th of November, and off the line on the 22nd of November '04. It takes roughly 24 hours to build the car once it hits the line and rolls off the other end. The car was shipped from Brampton on the 29th (KZL) and arrived at my dealer on 12/6/04. You have passed the crucial stage and have entered "The Point Of No Return". You should have your car in a few weeks once the plant ships the car, depending on where you live.

Good luck with your new car. Enjoy the ride.

Sincerely yours,

Brian T. Carotenuto
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