I have the Chrysler Tech. Authority Service Manual CD, ordered through the Canadian source for about $40 cheaper than the U.S. source. It is not as good as the previous ones I had for my Caravans. It advertises that is has some wiring info in the diagnostic sections, but NOT the full blown wiring diagrams of past manuals. It does have a navigable index at the beginning, but it is a bit cumbersome and sometimes you have to dig a bit to figure out which section certain information is covered in. The old ones used to have a complete "book like" index in the back that simplified searches.
But, the information is there for the finding. I have found some discrepancies. For instance, changing the 6 speed auto tranny fluid is only covered by the "dipstick method". The same tranny in Hyundai or Kia manuals use the "dribble out the fill level plug" method to establish proper fill. I believe they give two different torques for oil pan bolt: 20 ft. lb. vs 30 ft. lb.. No biggy.
Often times there are work arounds for "book method" procedures, i.e. the heater core in a Ford Taurus can be replaced without removing the entire dashboard as recommended in a service manual.
I love having a service manual and it usually pays itself off the first time used.
2014 Sport, 2wd, 2.4L, 6 speed tranny, Winter Chill