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How do I remove the crank arms

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Better replace the pedal and most probably the crank arm as well. Sometimes a new pedal can cut the threads true again on the crank arm but the crank arm may need replacement too, depending on the damage. Remember to fit the correct side pedal. The pedal threads differ between left and right and pedals are usually marked "L" or "R".

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If you need to replace that sensor than yes you need to pull the crank pulley. There are two crank sensors on this vehicle. One behind the crank pulley and on on the back side of the engine in the block. Make sure ou are replacing the correct one.

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Loose crank

It sounds like it is probably a "cotterless" crank, which is now fairly common on modern-day mid to higher level bicycle. These cranks are mounted on the tapered ends of a hardened steel axle. The cranks are aluminium alloy and are easily damaged so they need to be protected when you are tightening them. To properly tighten a cotterless crank, remove the covers that are threaded into the crank over the bolts securing the crank to the axle. Place one crank against a solid point of support (centered on the axle) but protected from damage with a block of wood. Use another block of wood (centered on the axle) with moderately heavy (2 lbs or so) hammer. Strike block of wood as close as you can to the centerline of the axle several times with a heavy blow (like you would need to drive a 16d framing nail). Then tighten the bolts that secure the cranks to the axle and replace the dust covers. Provided the crank didn't become so loose that the tapered sockets on the cranks became mis-shapened, this should solve your problem.

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When i am pedaling hard there is a loud clinking noise, im assuming from my crank. is my crank lose or does it need to be replaced? I've checked to try and remove it myself but can find any screws,...

You need a crank puller. In the centre of the crank, there should be a nut or a cover of sorts, pop the cover off with a screwdriver or other flat tool and then unscrew the nut with a ratchet set or, if you have it the proper bike tool. then use the the crank puller, to pop off the crank. Also, odds are the wrattling sound is your bottom bracket and not the crank. Good luck.

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You wil need a couple of special tools, or be fairly creative with the tools you have.
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  2. loosen the crank retaining nut/bolt.
  3. thread in a chank puller and pull the crank arms.
  4. remove the lock ring on the adjustable side of the crank axle (Requires lock ring wrench)
  5. remove adjustable bearing cup.
  6. remove axle and bearings
  7. replace or repair as needed.
Once you have it opened up ou can determine if you need new bearings or crank axle.
to assemble, reverse above procedure, insuring bearing play is minimalized.

Hope this helps.

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