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11-15-2001, 03:18 PM
I saw a list of all the status codes on this board sometime back and someone had even compiled some dates on when certain people had hit different status's. Anyone have a link to that?

My week 48 hit status 182 this morning...I don't know what that code stands for (but I know I know it is moving right along...on the way to export maybe?)


11-15-2001, 03:20 PM
Status Meaning
0 Order deleted by NA
17 Order not Specified
37 Order is at BMW NA
87 Production Week Assigned
97 Order sent to AG
100 Order deleted by AG
101 Error in data transmitted
102 Special Order (no Prod Week)
105 Order out of Prod. Period
111 Order Accepted at AG
112 Order scheduled for Production
150 Production Started
151 Body Shop Started
152 Paint Shop Started
153 Assembly Started
155 Production Completed
160 Released to Distribution
168 AG Stock
170 Waiting Workshop
172 Planned for Workshop
174 Workshop Entry
176 Workshop Complete
180 Waiting for Export Dispatch
181 Waiting for Domestic Dispatch
182 AG Load No. -- Released to Carrier
190 Dispatched ex(port?) BMW AG
191 Returned to BMW AG
193 Arrived at Port of Exit
194 Selected for Shipment
195 Shipped from Port of Exit
196 Shipment Arrival -- ATA

11-15-2001, 03:23 PM
what does " week" mean ? i dont understand.. all i know is i am status 1120 what week is that... and what does the term " week" mean

11-15-2001, 03:42 PM
Week as in week of the year, counting from 1 on Jan 1 through Jan 7, and going to 52 in the last week of December.

As far as I can tell, your "week" is more of a target than an exact science. Your status code is what really tells you where your car is at. For example, this fellow here seems to have the strange combination of being week 48 (which should not be up for another 2 weeks or so), yet his status indicates the car is already assembled. Could be typo, or maybe he just got his car built sooner than expected...

Status 112 is "Sceduled for Production" which means they've planned a time for your car to roll down the assembly line, get painted, etc. Usually you go status 150 "Production Started" a couple weeks after hitting status 112, but this is not 100%.

StL Don
11-15-2001, 03:43 PM
Along with your status you should have a scheduled week for
production. It is the week of the year. This week is 47.

If you have not done so, get you dealer to give you a print
out of the VIR (vehicle inquiry report) for your car. It will
have all the options, colors etc that you ordered.

It will also list the production number, current status and
build week. With the production number you can then use the
BMWNA web site or the 800 number to check production progress.


nt) RAY
11-15-2001, 03:46 PM

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