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Since you did not indicate the the pedals were actually clips or special to your specific bike I can only assume they are standard pedals.

If you look where the pedal and crank arm meet you will see what looks like a metal pin. If you look closely you will notice this pin has two flats opposite each other. This is nothing more the a six sided bolt but with only two sides. Normally you would use a pedal wrench however a wrench of the appropriate size with a thin head will also work. Using a 2x4 about 4 feet long, place it against the pedal on the side opposite the side of the one your removing. Depending on whether you are loosening or tightening the pedal use the 2x4 as leverage against either the front or back side of the other pedal.

This will vary depending on the type of pedal you wish to remove. For instance some pedals use an allen head bolts that is threaded in from the inside of the crank arm.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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Yo I have a 1990 honda prelude si ,I have an issue with clutch pedal, my clutch pedal seems to stick when depressed it still has good pump pressure but I have to lift it up. Now I live in Idaho and it


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No
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No
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No
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