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 DeWALT DW929 TYPE 1 18V Cordless Drill Parts


Bit Clip
Part Number: 148354-03
In Stock, 20 Available
Price:  $2.99
Screwdriver Bit
Note: P#2/S#8
Part Number: 607918-41
In Stock, 22 Available
Price:  $2.99
Dewalt Logo Label
Part Number: 395657-00
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $3.99
Keyless Chuck Jacobs, 3/8
Note: 1/2-20 Thread
Part Number: 330075-46
In Stock, 12 Available
Price:  $55.50
Reverse Thread Chuck Screw
Note: Lh
Part Number: 605256-01
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $2.99
Shifter
Part Number: 392086-01SV
In Stock, 3 Available
Price:  $18.81
Switch( Lock Lever Not Included p/n 607100-00)
Note: Old Style Switch - Does Not Include Reverse Bar
Part Number: 152274-15
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $85.76
Torx Screw
Note: M3 X 16mm T10
Part Number: 682211-00
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $1.99
Detent
Part Number: 326467-00
In Stock, 13 Available
Price:  $3.99
Transmission/Clutch Assembly
Note: Includes Item 15
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 623331-00SV
In Stock 2 Available
Price:  $52.40
Spindle Assy.
Note: Included in Item 14
Part Number: 392095-00
In Stock, 9 Available
Price:  $17.46
Ball
Part Number: 386690-00
In Stock, 15 Available
Price:  $1.99
Clutch Plate
Part Number: 397303-00
In Stock, 2 Available
Price:  $4.09
Adjusting Nut
Part Number: 391911-00
In Stock, 2 Available
Price:  $3.99
Clip,Bearing
Part Number: 798959-00
In Stock, 4 Available
Price:  $3.99
Name Plate
Part Number: 615626-00
In Stock, 1 Available
Price:  $3.99
Brush Box
Note: Only Used on Original Non-Sealed Motor.
Part Number: 603754-01
In Stock, 25+ Available
Price:  $7.80
Grease,Molykote
Note: 1-Lb
Part Number: N017298
In Stock, 4 Available
Price:  $42.33
Kitbox
Note: Not Supplied
Part Number: 652211-00
In Stock, 2 Available
Price:  $27.25
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
Clutch Spring
Part Number: 391912-01
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $3.99
Shifter Wire
Part Number: 391896-00
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $3.99
DeWALT 18V Ni-Cd XR Power Tool Battery
Note: Dc9099
Part Number: 651034-01
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $178.00
Dewalt 18 Volt Battery (XRP, Ni-Cd)
Note: 18 Volt
Part Number: 389795-23
Ships In 10 - 16 Business Days
Price:  $215.10
Clamshell Set
Note: It Maybe Necessary to Remove Ring on Motor Can
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 397147-09
Discontinued
Sorry, this part is no longer available
Fwd/Rev Button (Capax Switch For Marquette Use 634728-00)
Note: Use With Capax Switch
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 623997-00
Discontinued
Sorry, this part is no longer available
Adjusting Collar
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 391899-00
Discontinued
Sorry, this part is no longer available
Motor and Pinion Gear
Note: Mtr / Pinion / Leads - Includes Figures 24, 25, and 26
No Longer Available [ More Info ]
Part Number: 615321-02SV
Discontinued
Sorry, this part is no longer available


Repair Guides
Cordless Drills 101
Cordless Drills 101

This article explains the types, features, and terms necessary for purchasing a cordless power drill. It also describes types of drill batteries and offers a purchasing guide.

Removing And Replacing DeWALT Drill Transmissions

This video explains how to carefully remove the transmissions of DeWALT drills and drivers, and how to replace them again.

How to Remove a Drill Chuck

This video explains steps for how to remove threaded-on chucks and taper-fit drill chucks, as well as steps for removing a spindle from an open-center chuck.

Power Tool Care and Maintenance 101
Power Tool Care and Maintenance 101

This article suggests guidelines for power tool care and maintenance. It also describes information tools available at eReplacementParts.com.

Accessories
Accessories for the DeWALT DW929

Questions & Answers

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Discussion for the DeWALT DW929 TYPE 1 18V Cordless Drill

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Question: Dw929 18v Drill

1147851

I was using my drill on deck screws and something stripped out. It will barely screw in a screw now and just clicks like something is stripped. Would like to repair it if it is cheaper than buying a new drill since I just had the batteries replaced. Thanks for any help.

I am usually skilled enough to replace parts if it is not too difficult. What part?
Hi,
It sounds like the clutch is stripped out.You will need 623331-00SV Transmission/Clutch Assembly to replace it.The hardest part is removing the chuck,but here's the link to to that http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article/890/How_to_Remove_a_Drill_Chuck.html
Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: DW929 Motor Replacement

pearlmcp

I need to replace the motor on my DW929. After I take the shell aprt, how do I seperate the motor from the transmission? If that's even what I'm suppose to do.
Hi pearlmcp,
Gently hold the motor with one hand and the transmission with the other and lightly twist clockwise or counter clockwise and you can separate the two. Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: 18 Volt Dewalt Cordless Drill Ty...

shelby9533

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
Hello shelby9533,

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

640567-00 Clamshell Set

-WJA
Question: DW929 Drill

John Lawrence

Drill will operate only some of the time. Has a "burnt" smell. I have stalled the unit on occasion and gotten the same smell. I assume that the brushes are bad but have not checked this out yet. It could be the switch. It also seems to use up the battery rapidly. Any suggestions/comments? Also "Replacement Parts" doesn't seem to sell the brushes. Where can I get them?
Thanks, John
my drill has the same problem and is the same modle when i took it apart i could smell the trigger and it smelt burnt really bad so i would be willing to bet that is what it is
WJA
Hello John,

Usually when a cordless tool starts smoking and smelling it is the the motor or the switch. You might be able to inspect the motor to see if the windings are burnt. Also the part number for the brushes is 603754-01 if you would like to replace them first.

Good luck,
-WJA
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