A continually evolving frequently asked questions -- written by you!
The site is based on the concept of a Wiki, an open-editing system where anyone can edit any page. The point of the system is to simply make it as quick, easy and rewarding as possible to create or edit online content. With your contributions, we can create a free evolving resource for the Toyota MR2.
If you're new to wiki's, welcome, and don't be afraid! Copies of all changes you make are automatically kept, so if you do make a mistake things can be easily recovered.
- Practice: Try editing the practice page.
- Help: Read the MR2 Wiki Guidelines, formatting conventions, basic editing guide, the help pages, or a list of ways you can help.
- Topics: View topic requests or request a new topic.
- Editing: To edit a page someone has already started simply click the edit page tab you see on all pages.
- New Pages: To start a new article is really more difficult to explain than to do:
- add a link to the new page by editing an existing page. Enter a new page title in the existing page using the [[My New Page Title]] square brackets format. After saving simply click on the newly added link to create the page.
- after saving your changes, you'll see the new link is underlined indicating a link to a non-existent page.
- click the link and you'll be editing a new page. Add your content!
- Changes: Browse new articles, or the most recent changes.
The purpose of this Wiki is to provide a comprehensive source of information, facts, and answers to common questions about the MR2. The MR2OC Forum provides an excellent resource for discussing MR2s, but it's often difficult to extract the final conclusion of the discussions, or the facts that the discussion brings to light. This site is the place to summarize and record that information, for help on MR2 related topics.