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This might sound silly, but its always the first thing to check; do you have the pedals cord plugged into the steering wheel console? Next, go to Start, Devices and Printers, and double click on your device. Try fiddling around with the different settings for the pedals and see if that brings them back online. I would check after each adjustment. Finally, make sure all your Thrustmaster drivers are installed, that the game you're trying to play has the pedals set up, and that all connections are tight. Hope this helps!
not knowing if this is a single speed or multispeed bike, this could be several different things and a proper analysis by a mechanic at your local bike shop is what is needed.
It could be that the chain is too tight, it could be the derailleurs are out of adjustment and the chain is skipping between gears or rubbing on the derailleurs. It could be a bottom bracket out of adjustment and the bearings are loose and making the noise. It could be a loose bottom bracket shell in an aluminum frame make creaking noises.
You didn't specify a model, but foot pedals are generally used by a wide variety of models of machines. Go to eBay and enter your machine's model number, and you'll probably see foot pedals for your model of machine for sale.
follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
flat screwdriver to unseat the tabs that hold the front top cover in place.
This will expose the flywheel and pedal arm connection points. Rotate the flywheel
by hand and determine whether lubrication will accomplish the repairs. If the
bearings are exposed, use a grease gun with an extension nozzle and lubricate
both bearings with lithium grease. If the bearings are damaged or sealed,
proceed to the next step.
the front and side covers on the main frame. Hold the flywheel with one hand
and use a box wrench to loosen the bolts that secure the pedal arms at each
side of the flywheel. Pull the arms away from the flywheel and remove the
bearings from each side.
Test the bearings as
before. Lubricate exposed bearings with lithium grease and reinstall them.
Sealed bearings must be replaced. Reattach the pedal arms to the flywheel.
Replace the main frame covers and front top cover to complete the repairs. Lubrication
the ends of the pedals from the crank axles. Spread a layer of machine grease
over the crank axles, then reattach the ends of the pedals.
the bolts connecting the pedals to the swing arms. Detach the pedals from the
arms, then spread a layer of machine grease over the axles on the swing arms.
On some models, the bolts may also serve as the axles. Reattach the pedals to
the bolts connecting the swing arms to the elliptical's upright. Detach the
swing arms from the upright, then spread a layer of machine grease over the
axles on the upright. Reattach the arms to the upright. Drive
the screws or bolts securing the ends of the pedals to the crank axles. Slide
the ends of the pedals off the axles. Remove any screws or bolts securing the
left and right disc shields to the base unit. Pull or pry the disc shields off
the base unit and set them aside.
any screws or bolts securing the left and right side shields to the base unit.
Detach the side shields and set them aside. Examine the interior of the base
unit and locate the drive belt.
Pull the drive belt
free of the crank pulley, flywheel and any other pulleys. Discard the old drive
belt and install a new belt in its place. Turn the crank axles by hand to confirm
that the belt will turn smoothly when the device is in use.
The bottom bracket on a bicycle connects the cranks (arms that the pedals are connected to) to the bicycle and allows the cranks to rotate freely. It looks like this is worn out or broken. Any bike repair shop will replace it. Shouldn't cost much.
If it's a fairly new pedal, I would remove them and try a different set of pedals to make sure that it definitely is the pedal. Assuming the different set doesn't click, then you may have a warranty issue. If the bike is still clicking, you may have to check the crank and bottom bracket next. The tough thing about clicking noises in the bottom bracket area is that there are a lot of parts that can be causing it and you just have to eliminate them one by one.
make sure all sprocket bolts are tight.
check chain to make sure you have all rollers between links are there.this can make a clicking noise or skip teeth if one is missing when you pedal.
if you feel clicking in the pedals (even if you think it isnt the pedals),then it could be your bottom bracket bearing gone.
put one pedal towards the floor and stand on it.did it click?then try the other pedal.if you got it to click then your bottom bracket is loose
I have the same problem with my XP 110. After taking the ENTIRE thing apart and independently testing every single moving mechanism, I found out that it wasn't the motor, pedals, armbars, or any internal mechanism. Instead, it was the front stabilizer foot that made the annoying noise. There is a plastic mechanism around the front stabilizer legs that holds the front wheels in place (for moving the elliptical). Whenever a rotation forward occurs, the plastic squeaks and the noise resonates to make it sound like the pedals or motor is squeaking. I am still trying to find a solution to fixing the feet, but may end up ordering a new set from the manufacturer. Good luck with your elliptical!