Question about Dewalt DC925 Cordless Drill
I just repaired mine by removing the 4 screws that hold the clutch and transmission onto the body of the drill. Next, remove the front section of the drill and then the transmission. on the back of the transmission assembly (toward the motor, you should see a thin plate that holds the gears from falling out. Remove the plate by sliding it counter-clockwise. next, remove the large out gear to expose the bootom end of the spring loaded pin you might have noticed sticking out of the front of the transmission. carefully remove the pin and the spring,(it shoul come out in 3 pieces). Next you will need to make a shim, or spacer ( I used a wire about the same thickness as the spring) and wrap it around the pin so that the spring is spaced out just a coil or 2. next you should carefully put back together your drill and you clutch will be working much better than when you took it apart, if not like it should when it was new.
Hope this helps.... It sure made mine work great.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
Rotate the black collar until it is lined up with the drill bit sign. If you are on a low number it will always clutch.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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