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The Makita 6012HD Cordless Drill has had several service changes over the years. Due to these service changes, we do not list figure numbers 3, 6, 38, 40, or 55. Replacement of these parts may require replacement of other components within the tool, and we recommend calling us if you need to replace these components. The service changes are also listed in the "Tool Info" tab above the diagram, and the parts listed there are available for purchase.
How to Diagnose a Bad Power Cord or Switch
This article outlines the basics of power tool and appliance electrical diagnosis. You can use a multimeter to test tool and appliance cords and switches, the two parts usually responsible for electri...
How to Remove a Stuck Drill Chuck
Broken gearboxes and sticky chuck screws can make removing a drill chuck difficult. This article explains the tricks you need to overcome these common repair setbacks.
Remove the battery. Lay the drill on a flat surface and remove the screws holding the two halves of the drill together. Remove the motor and switch. Cut and strip the wires of the new switch to the length of the wires of the old switch(new wires may not be the same color as the old ones, note the orientation of the wires). Using a soldering gun, heat and remove the old wires from the motor and resolder the new wires(basic soldering skills required).Install the motor( making sure the drive gears are meshed) and new switch in the lower drill case half. Place upper half of case over lower half and press together, making sure all parts are in place. Reinstall the screws and battery.
Hi,Royh,You'll need to take it apart and see what the problem is.It sounds like its stuck between high and low.That model makita had if I remember right very few problems other then a few problems with the high and low selector.The transmission is real simple so the problem should be obvious once you get it apart.Hope that helps.
The drive gear on my drill is spinning on the motor shaft. The parts list does not seem to include the motor drive gear. Does this mean the motor and drive gear come are pre-assembled and that I need to order a new motor?
Have a Makita 6012HD cordless drill that had a bad switch. Switch would cut out frequently and sometimes not work at all. Took the drill apart. Solder joints all good, etc. Switch just worn out... Come to this website and found some parts. Thought I would make this drill a keyless chuck version as well.... (I had an early keyed version)
Parts came and within 30 minutes I was done. Hardest thing was getting the old chuck off...(Remember, reverse threads on the retaining screw!)
Switch # 531043-6 14.75
Chuck # 763184-2 22.75
Throw in shipping and I 'm at approximately $45 for a like new drill.
OK, I know what your thinking...yes, new drills with more features are out there, but I couldn't just pitch it....Had to get the keyless chuck too....kind of a "pimp my drill" :D Pappy
Long lasting battery life, super handy! Love this power tool! Have had this one for about 5 years and it works just as good as day one. Would suggest to anyone who uses screws instead of nails. I give this a 10+!