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 DeWALT DW959 Type 2 18V Cordless Drill Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1397147-09
Clamshell Set
In stock
9 available
 $10.40
2148354-03
Bit Clip
In stock
25+ available
 $1.14
3607918-41
Screwdriver Bit
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
4395657-00
Dewalt Logo Label
In stock
25+ available
 $1.14
5330075-74
Keyless Chuck
In stock
25+ available
 $45.09
6605256-01
Screw (Reverse Thread)
Note: Torx T20 Head
In stock
25+ available
 $1.14
7634728-00
Forward/Reverse Button ( Fits the Marquette Switch)
In stock
8 available
 $1.33
8392086-01SV
Shifter
In stock
5 available
 $11.70
9152274-23
VSR Switch
In stock
25+ available
 $42.03
10682211-00
Torx Screw
In stock
25+ available
 $1.14
11618335-00
Adjust Collar
In stock
5 available
 $4.65
12326467-00
Detent
In stock
5 available
 $1.14
13397156-02SV
Motor and Pinion
In stock
17 available
 $37.07
14623331-00SV
Transmission/Clutch Assembly
In stock
5 available
 $44.98
15N358580
Output Spindle Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
N/A
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
16386690-00
Ball
In stock
8 available
 $1.14
17397303-00
Clutch Plate
In stock
4 available
 $3.51
18391912-01
Clutch Spring
Ships in 10 - 15 business days
 $1.40
19391911-00
Adjusting Nut
Ships in 10 - 15 business days
 $1.14
20798959-00
Clip,Bearing
In stock
3 available
 $1.14
23N008636
Nameplate
In stock
2 available
 $0.97
26603754-01
Brush Box (Sold Individually)
In stock
25+ available
 $6.69
35391896-00
Shifter Wire
In stock
2 available
 $1.90
800N017298
Grease,Molykote
In stock
2 available
 $71.05
861652211-00
Kitbox
In stock
3 available
 $23.40
866N143312
18V Battery Pack (DC9098)
In stock
8 available
 $54.07
867645221-00
Battery Cap
In stock
11 available
 $1.07
871388683-12
DeWALT 7.2V - 18V Charger
In stock
2 available
 $96.53

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1164074
Question: Sparks And Smoke

1164074

Sometimes there are small sparks ans some smoke from the area of the motor and piƱon gear area. Problem? I think so. Replace? I think so. Please advise.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Sparks And Smoke

Tinkerdave

Hi,
Well one trouble with that motor was it drill a habit of leaking molly grease out of the transmission onto the commutator and after a period of time would cause the motor to arch and loose power.You could some times clean the motor with LPS contact cleaner and that would fix it.If not then you would need to replace the motor. Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
coolruler
Question: Battery Model Number

coolruler

Is this the battery with the model#DW9099
Tinkerdave
Reply: Battery Model Number

Tinkerdave

Hi coolruler,
Yes that's the fourth generation I believe 1.2 amp hour 4/5 Sub-C Ni-Cad type 1.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
pcdanny
Question: Transmission/clutch

pcdanny

I am having a problem getting the cog gear from motor to trans to line up, can you help.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Transmission/clutch

Tinkerdave

Hi pcdanny,
Take the motor in one hand and the trans in the other.Place the motor pinion into the gear cluster on the trans.Angel the motor about 12 degrees and lightly push them together as you rotate the motor.What this will do is let the motor pinion find the first gear in the cluster and once it is found allow the pinion to engage each gear on the trans one at a time.Once all the gears are engaged the two half will go together.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
1088667
Question: Motor Replacement

1088667

How do you separate the motor from the transmission?
Loco4x4
Reply: Motor Replacement

Loco4x4

Never mind. It is not even a 10 degree twist and it comes right apart. Easy!
I recdntly ordered a clamshell set for my drill and found it to be the wrong one. My drill clamshell has a slot for extra bits on each clamshell half plus a screw hole just above the front of the trigger instead at the fron of the clamshell
I cannot find the model number on my drill..
WJA
Reply: 18 Volt Dewalt Cordless Drill Ty...

WJA

Hello shelby9533,

I'm just guessing, but take look at this link, maybe it's the one you need.

640567-00 Clamshell Set

-WJA
Antonio
Question: Old Drill/smell Burning Smell

Antonio

When I try to use it, it smells like it is burning inside the motor. There is a little smoke coming out of the vents on the back side.
jim
Question: Remove Chuck

jim

How do you remove the chuck?

Daniel Webster
Question: Jacobs Chuck Difficult To Loosen

Daniel Webster

I have several Dewalt drill motors (Model DW959) that are equipped with Jacobs "hand tighten" chucks. When trying to loosen the chucks to remove a drill bit it is impossible to loosen the chuck without the assistance of a large pair of pliers. Is there any "fix" other than replacing the chuck?
Ronnie
Question: Removing Chuck Bolt

Ronnie

I cannot get the bolt loose to remove the chuck from my DW959 drill.
Halifax
Reply: Removing Chuck Bolt

Halifax

It could be a reverse thread... that and maybe some lock tight is on the threads too.
Try an impact driver and a torch to loosen up the lock tight.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Removing Chuck Bolt

Tinkerdave

Hi anonymous,
The bolt is a left hand thread.If you cant get the bolt out it will need to be drilled out with a 19/64 drill bit.This size will drill the head of the bolt off and after the chuck is removed leave the stud of the bolt sticking up high enough to grab and remove.Hope that helps Good luck.
Tinker
John R
Question: Brush Replacement DW959

John R

I want to replace the brushes on my DeWalt DW959 but I can't figure out how to access or remove them. I have the drill apart and I have the motor out but I can't figure out how to get to the brushes. Help?
Mark
Reply: Brush Replacement DW959

Mark

Hi John,

On your particular drill the only way into the motor is to try and bend the motor housing open enough so you can pull the cap and the brushes out. The motor in your drill has the cap installed and then the edge of the motor housing is peened over to hold the cap in place. All other manufactures consider this type of motor unserviceable but DeWalt offers the brushes for their "sealed" motors. If you are careful you should be able to bend the housing back enough to remove the cap which will expose the brushes. The hard part will be bending the housing back to properly retain the cap again.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
Bryan
Question: Which One

Bryan

I have an 18v type I DW959 dewalt drill. I am putting it together and need to know which switch to connect the positive lead wire to. M1 and M2 are the labeled options I have. From the on the motor to M1 or M2 on the switch to rephrase it.
jrosen
Question: DeWalt DW959

jrosen

I am trying to replace the brushes on my 18V Dewalt drill DW959. I bought the brush set for that drill but, after disassembling the drill and removing the motor, I can't figure out how to replace the brushes. There does not seem to be a way of getting to the old brushes. How do I do that? Are there instructions somewhere?
UtahAV
Reply: DeWalt DW959

UtahAV

Hi jrosen,

On your particular drill the only way into the motor is to try and bend the motor housing open enough so you can pull the cap and the brushes out. The motor in your drill has the cap installed and then the edge of the motor housing is peened over to hold the cap in place. All other manufactures consider this type of motor unserviceable but DeWalt offers the brushes for their "sealed" motors. If you are careful you should be able to bend the housing back enough to remove the cap which will expose the brushes. The hard part will be bending the housing back to properly retain the cap again.

Let us know how the repair goes.

-UtahAV
-Mark
fancyboxy