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My DeWalt 958 drill works fine when it in a verticle or straight position but when I hold it in the down position the motor spins but the chuck does not. Any idea what part I need?

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Could be a couple things. First is the gear selector firmly seated in the high/low position? There is a spring clip inside the housing that has a ridge to lock the selector from moving. I would suggest that you go to Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number so you can see a parts explosion for this tool, the only other recourse is to replace the clutch assembly which is a component part. Let me know

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