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a tough one If can't get hold of it you may be screwed LOL
getting that rammed in the chuck is very hard to get out even if can get a grip unfortunately you can't beat it out you would do more damage And no lubricate is going to help because it was tightened down. Hope someone can help you in this otherwise may have to replace the drill
The Makita BTD140 is an impact driver that has a hex-drive anvil and bit holder assembly, it does not have a keyless chuck accessory. There are some aftermarket chucks with hex shanks on them to put into impact drivers but I've seen very few that hold up.
If you go to dewaltservicenet.com you can enter your model number to see the parts breakdown. It can be tricky to get the retainer clip off and on but the rebuild of the bit holder is easy other than that. The spring and the steel ball are all that usually need to be repalced. Hope that helps.
I'm assuming you have a DCD970 as DeWalt doesn't have a DC970 and the DW970 is an impact driver. The chuck on your drill is a new design that doesn't have a lock screw inside the chuck, they are put on very tight with lock-tite to hold them on. They are made to be taken off with a special chuck holder and vice jig that only service centers have. The allen wrench method used on older chucks won't work as the chuck will just loosen when you hit the allen wrench. I have on occasion removed one by doing the following: Turn the chuck fully open then secure it in a vice with the drill straight up. Holding the drill body and using the handle for leverage, turn the drill counterclockwise, as you are looking down on it, with steady, strong pressure. If the chuck breaks free it will spin off easily. If you are at all afraid you may break the handle you may have to take or send it to a service center to have it removed.