You can disassemble and reassemble the pedal spindles to clean and grease the components.
- Use a 15 mm pedal wrench to remove the pedals.
Use a 4 mm hex key to remove the battery cover .
- Set the battery cover and batteries aside.
- Use a small Phillips screwdriver (PH 00) to remove the two screws from inside the battery carriage .
- Remove the battery carriage.
- While securely holding the wrench flats with a pedal wrench, use the 12 mm socket wrench to unscrew the spindle nut .
- Slide the spindle out of the pedal body.
- Remove the inner seal and outer seal from inside the pedal body.
- Remove all old grease from the components.
Insert the inner seal into the pedal body.
You should press it down so it is flush with the bearing.
- Slide the outer seal on to the spindle.
- Apply bike grease to the bearing inside the pedal body.
- Apply a layer of bike grease to the spindle.
Insert the spindle into the pedal body.
If the outer seal moves, you should press it down so it is flush with the top of the spindle.
- Replace the spindle nut.
- While securely holding the wrench flats with a pedal wrench, use the 12 mm socket wrench to torque the spindle nut to 7 lbf-ft. (10 N-m).
- Replace the battery carriage and two screws.
- Replace the batteries and battery cover, and hand tighten it.
Use a 4 mm hex key to gently tighten the battery cover.
NOTE: Do not over-tighten the battery cover. The cover is sufficiently tight when the O-ring gasket is no longer visible.
The pedal LED flashes red once.
- Install the pedals (Installing the Pedals).