I checked the Helm site that was referenced on post #2, but it does not show the Service Manual available for 2017. Is that coming, or do we need to buy the 2016 version? and ... I once again want to display my ignorance to all things automotive.
I think it really sucks that you pay $50K to buy a product and the manufacturer wants $300 for the manual. OK, I get it when it was printed books; as there are cost associated with printing, stocking, warehousing. But in these Internet times, when all documents are electronic, this is ridiculous. I was able to download the service manual for my $500 Samsung washing machine for free. Why do I need to pay $300 to buy a manual that tells me what each of the fuses in my car do, or for that matter to connect to the cars' computer and download data?
Ok, I feel better now that I ranted.