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The wires for the pedeals are not wired in

The wires for the pedeals are all broken off I still have the wire from wheel to pedal but thats all no wires are in the pedal housing can you tell me how to rewire it

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  • William Mishler Sep 12, 2012

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You can get it repaired , trying it yourself wont work well.

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