Thank you for the help. I entered my order number and it indicates the order is placed. I don't see any codes. Where would they show up?
Dealer and the workbench
Once you get a 2000 code:
A dealer makes thousands of dollars off you… It is absolutely his responsibility to get you this report at least twice a week if you want it. You do a survey at the end of the delivery, that costs him hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars if you give him a bad mark. So get with the sales manager (not your sales guy) and remind him you want to give him a good marks, and that includes good info flow to you during the ordering process. An email every couple days with this report or you'll take into account when you do the survey. It works, there is no reason to ask GM for information, when your dealer has it at the tip of his fingers, it is not asking too much. All the good forum dealers have a website that lists the code whenever they change, your local dealer can do the exact same thing to you.
Just my opin, but far too many customers are letting their dealer off the hook, they owe you information any time you ask, big time, they are doing nothing but allowing you to give them thousands of $ on a C7….
just remember an order # does not mean much - you are looking for code 2000 on his workbench order....he can pull that report for you 10 times a day if he wants...until it says 2000 in the red circle, you really have nothing, a car is not being built for you. And notice how my name is on it, not the dealer name: