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How do i fix a wonky pedal?

The left pedal has gone off center and feels extremely wobbly .

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Check and see if where it is screwed in is still tight. If it is then the steel shank that the peddle turns on is bent and you will have to replace the hole peddle.
How to take the peddle off is use a wrench that fits the nut that is between the peddle and the crank arm and turn it out. This will be in there real tight and my take some muscle to get it loose.

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