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 DeWALT DC985 Type 1 14.4V Cordless Hammer Drill Parts


Clamshell Set
Note: Housing set
Part Number: 620716-01
In Stock, 3 Available
Price:  $20.45
Bit Clip
Part Number: 148354-03
In Stock, 15 Available
Price:  $2.99
Screwdriver Bit
Note: P#2/S#8
Part Number: 607918-41
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $2.99
Switch, V.S.R.
Note: Use Actuator 611411-01
Part Number: 152274-19SV
In Stock, 13 Available
Price:  $79.73
Motor Adaptor
Part Number: 398646-00
In Stock, 1 Available
Price:  $3.73
Torx Screw
Note: M3 X 16mm T10
Part Number: 682211-00
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $1.99
Keyless Chuck
Note: Jacobs 4000 Non-Carb
Part Number: N196034
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $31.75
Dewalt Logo Label
Part Number: 395657-00
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $3.99
Screw,Plastic
Note: M3x16 T10
Part Number: 330019-49
In Stock, 5 Available
Price:  $1.99
Reverse Thread Chuck Screw
Note: Lh
Part Number: 605256-01
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $2.99
Lead Wire
Note: Pos. 14 Awg
Part Number: 603785-00
In Stock, 4 Available
Price:  $2.34
Lead Wire
Note: 14 Awg
Part Number: 603786-00
In Stock, 6 Available
Price:  $2.34
Brush Box
Note: Only Used on Original Non-Sealed Motor. - Sold individually
Part Number: 603754-01
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $7.80
Battery Cap
Note: Not Included W/Unit
Part Number: 645221-00
In Stock, 23 Available
Price:  $1.99
DeWALT 7.2V-18V NiCd - NiMh - Li-Ion Battery Charger
Part Number: DC9310
In Stock, 9 Available
Price:  $150.33
DeWALT 7.2V - 18V Charger
Note: Acc. Dw9107
Part Number: 388683-12
In Stock, 6 Available
Price:  $112.48
Fwd/Rev Button
Part Number: 398649-00
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $3.99
Motor and Pinion
Part Number: 396505-21SV
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $43.19
Detent Shifter
Part Number: 608060-00
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $3.99
Gear Case Assembly
Part Number: 399152-01SV
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $81.43
Cam Return Spring
Part Number: 399059-00
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $9.80
Spindle
Part Number: 611904-00SV
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $47.90
Kitbox
Note: Dc056 Kitbox (Optionl)
Part Number: 660141-00
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $34.99
Dewalt 14.4 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
Note: Acc
Part Number: 615824-12
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $105.00
Dewalt 14.4 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
Note: Acc
Part Number: 615824-12
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $105.00
Nameplate
Note: DC985 TYPE 1
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 645164-00
Discontinued
Sorry, this part is no longer available
Transmission
Note: Incl. 12
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 397892-05SV
Discontinued
Sorry, this part is no longer available


Repair Guides
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How to Remove a Drill Chuck

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Accessories
Accessories for the DeWALT DC985

Questions & Answers

What a new motor cost and do they come with brushes
Ed for model number Dc985
Hello Ed, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is Part Number: 396505-21SV. Please enter the part number into the site for current price. Hope this helps!
Do you have any in stock so if I order one you have it thanks Ed
Ed for model number Dc985
Hello Ed, Thank you for the question. Since the question was asked under the model number we will need to know what part you are inquiring about. Look forward to hearing from you!
I'm sorry again but i ordered this motor comes with brushes right thanks have a great 4 th. Thanks Ed
Ed for model number 396505 21sv
Hello Ed, thank you for writing. The Brush is sold separate from the motor on this model. It is part 603754-01. Thank you.
Discussion
Discussion for the DeWALT DC985 Type 1 14.4V Cordless Hammer Drill

Discussion is closed. To ask our experts a question about a part, use the Q&A feature on our product pages.
Question: Motor And Pinion

schulte

Does the motor come with the brushes?

Thank you
WJA
Hello schulte,

Yes the brushes are included when you order the 396505-21SV.

-WJA
Question: How To Reassemble The Transmissi...

JTS

I recently had to take my Dewalt DW980 cordless drill apart to clean, and when I went to put it back together I ended up with several extra parts which I can't figure out where they go. When the transmission was taken out all the gears and whatnot came out, and once I put it back together there were still these 5 little metal pins left as well as a little metal piece with one pin on each side and a metal piece in the center. I've looked all over, but just don't see anywhere where these pieces could possibly go or what they're even called to look them up.

Thanks
WJA
Hello JTS,

If you could post an image of the extra parts you have left over, it might be easier to identify them and then let you know where they go.

-WJA
Here's an image of the pieces.
link removed
For some reason the image didn't post properly the first time, but I've fixed it. So does anyone know where these parts could go???
WJA
Hello JTS,

Well I thought that once we saw the parts that you are having a issue with, it would be an easy fix. But talking to a tech, the last time he had a transmission fall apart on him (2 years ago). He had to get another one and carefully take it apart to see how it all went back together. At this point his memory fails him on the parts in question. Hopefully someone out there will see this and be able to help you out. We'll keep trying though.

-WJA
Hi JTS, The large bottom pin is the detent pin that goes behind the detent spring.This keeps pressure on the torque adjustment collar. the other parts are cam followers that are position on the front of the transmission .When you pulled the transmission fron the gear case housing the shaft from the gear case housing that went into the transmission went into a small collar.Those rollers go round that collar.Its hard to explain without a exploded view of the transmission.Hope that helps a little.
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