Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair documentation

Just like the Stackoverflow Documentation, it would be wonderful to have a documentation for Maintenance & Repair of different types of vehicles. I know there are so many vehicles out there and the documentation will be endless process. This is just a suggestion, please write your opinion on this matter.

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    This isn't a bad idea at all. I'm just wondering how it would flesh out. We could bring a lot of knowledge here to Mech with this. Jan 23, 2017 at 12:36
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    Yes, It would be a great reference tool for the mechanics and DIY-enthusiasts.
    – devst3r
    Jan 23, 2017 at 13:27
  • I'd love to see/contribute to something like this! A sort of open-source, community-editable Haynes manual.
    – alexw
    May 24, 2017 at 20:58

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This has been asked on several other sites. The official answer seems to be from this post on the main meta site:
Allow Documentation in other Stack Exchange communities

As of last November, there are no plans by the SE team to roll the feature out elsewhere.

If it keeps being requested, it will probably come eventually.

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    Within months, the Stackoverflow Documentation has filled up with lots of quality information on different languages and still in Beta stage. Now, it is almost a great reference tool that every programmer can rely on. I just want the same for the Mechanics.
    – devst3r
    Jan 24, 2017 at 6:24

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