You do not need to download that file. On your blend date just keep refreshing the heck out of that page. Finally a TON of numbers will show up. That means that your Bronco is completed.How do I view the modules? I put in the VIN and it says to save file as. Save as what?
How do you even get to trace on the automation?! I didn’t even hear that option. The last time it got tracked, my friends husband did it for me I just want to be able to stalk my bronco. Is that too much to ask?!UP. I’m having troubles working with the automation. I say trace but then my numbers just aren’t correct I tried to give them the GX979161 and it just doesn’t work. Any help or suggestions would just be absolutely amazing. Thank you!
your going Rail right? Do you have a rail car#. Sorry, I cant remember. TTGX______How do you even get to trace on the automation?! I didn’t even hear that option. The last time it got tracked, my friends husband did it for me I just want to be able to stalk my bronco. Is that too much to ask?!
Thanks for all the tracking links that I've been obsessing over! My dealer has been less than helpful in getting a rail-car # and nothing seemed to work for me except this link:For all of you that are waiting on your Bronco being built and want to track it.
Here are some good links…
Required Reading: Bronco Build Process - Window Sticker, Blend Date, Production Rotation Number, Built & Shipped Emails, Delivery Date Estimates & More
Bronco6G Tracker w/ window sticker lookup
To the Ford site to check on status
To view your Window Sticker, add your VIN at the end
To the Ford site that populates your Modules being turned on (this lets you know it’s actually built at the factory
And lastly to see if it’s scheduled on the Convoy (Truck not Rail) to your Dealer!
If you are going by rail, it’s more complicated…
First you will need the rail car letters and numbers. It is on the visibility report or DORA which is from the dealership. You MAY be able to get it from the SVT people but they seem often in a cranky mood and may tell you to get it from the dealer.
There are two major rail companies.
CSX is everything east of the mississippi
UP is everything west of the mississippi
But they all start out on CSX so once they have it in their system they will follow it all the way.
So, how do you track your truck on a railcar?
First and most important. Never talk to live personnel at the railroad! Only use automated phone system. If it attempts to transfer you to a live person please hang up. The railcar information we are provided by is given as a courtesy and if we call live personnel we may lose the access and ability to track.
1. Call the CSX 1-800-235-2352
2. When prompted for location or weight, press "1" on your phone for location.
3. When prompted for the car initials, say CN (or whatever initials you have) then wait for the next prompt.
4. When prompted for the car number, say 907048 (or whatever your number is)
5. When prompted for next car say DONE.
6. That's it; enjoy your updated status report.
1. Call UP at 1 800 877-5123 1 800 877-5123
2. Follow phone prompts for Trace
3. Say the railcar number complete and clearly. Example CN123456 all together
4. Listen for your update
NS Norfolk Southern
1. Call 800-635-5768
2. Press 2.
3. Press 2.
4. Enter the letters on the numeric keypad then press #. As in: TTGX will be 8849
5. Enter the numbers then press #. It wasn't taking my voice prompts but typing worked.
Please let me know if there are any others and I'll add. That way it'll all be in one place!
Or maybe make it a sticky.
I get the same info as you, but a different load number. I did register so it should send me an email when it is delivered.Thanks for all the tracking links that I've been obsessing over! My dealer has been less than helpful in getting a rail-car # and nothing seemed to work for me except this link:
I had others mention it in this thread, but no one seems to know what the information provided means. When I put my VIN in it gave me this:
In another vehicle Blog I read that if the destination becomes a blue hyperlink, it means its been delivered, and the hyperlink takes you to the signed acceptance of your dealer. Mine IS a hyperlink but then it goes to nothing. I rushed down to my dealer to see if there was a new red bronco sitting in the lot, but didn't see one (its Sunday and they are closed). I was curious if anyone has used this link and noticed ANY correlation to actual delivery at the dealership!
I actually was able to see the invoice when it was delivered without registering. It would have been nice getting an e-mail though. The link wasn't helpful in predicting when it would get in, but it sure enough updated within the hour of when it was delivered. It helped me out quite a bit, as my dealership 'forgot' to call me for a day after it was delivered, and then tried lying about when it actually got in (exact time of delivery was on the invoice). It was solely because of this link that I got my Bronco before Christmas. By the time I noticed the invoice the dealership had already closed for the holidays. But having that information let me and my wife (she went to war practically) call enough manager types with the "What the hell, y'all promised for months you would call us as soon as it got in. and it was sitting for over a day?" On the bight side, one of the senior managers agreed with us, and brought a team in way after hours just to get us our Bronco. Still happy with the dealership, love the car... just pissed at our sales rep.I get the same info as you, but a different load number. I did register so it should send me an email when it is delivered.