The price I guess would depend upon the dealer. To check to see if you have all the updates on your vehicle involves about a 3 minute job for the service writer to plug in his computer and it will show what you have had and what may need to be done. I said "may need" as not everybody on here has had even one update on their transmission and may be ahead of the game. A recall would still be free as far as I know so maybe you could ask to see if there is any recalls on it and if there are some TSBs maybe they would tell you that too. Many dealers do charge a fee of one hundred dollars or more to do a diagnostic check for a particular problem as they don't want to tell you what is wrong and then you go somewhere else to get the repair done as they do have to pay their techs. (one dealer I used to go too applied the diagnostic charge toward the repair if you then had them repair it there--think those days are gone--most now charge the diagnostic fee and do not apply it to your repair. If I am making you confused maybe someone else will clear it up for you.
2017 Trailhawk L Plus 4 bX4,Rhino exterior,Power 8 way drivers seat, Willys in windshidel,Cold Weather Group, Comfort/Convenience Group,Trailer Tow Group, 3.2 -Liter V6, Black Hood Decal , Uconnect 8.4 , Safety Tech Group, Leather Interior Group, Ventilated/Memory seat Group,Navigation. No hole in roof.
2017 KL Latitude-4 by 4 Cherry Red, V-6, Safety/Convenience group, Cold Weather Group,which includes heated front seats--love those heated seats,