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Re: turns but does not hammer
Hilti no longer carries parts for the TE72. You would have to find parts on Ebay or somewhere like that. There is a good chance that the con-rod is broken. Taking off the selecter lever on top. Removing the snap ring and then pulling out the shift boss will allow you to view the con-rod.
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I see you posted several symptons on the TE12, the logical area to check is "hilti.com" you should be able to download the parts breakdown and order all the related parts needed, If you have trouble finding that you can call them at the phone number listed on their site, I think it is 1-800-879-8000, but you might want to double check. They have customer service agents that are more than willing to help in your problem, If you need more assistance let me know.
Yes 12/72 is a 73 model wiring diagram.I dont think it maters because there were no changes in those cars from the late 50s till 78.They did not have a/c,cruise,power seats,power door locks,cd changers or gps.There was never much wiring to these cars and that was part of the concept, fewer parts means less chance of a break down.Air dont boil and air dont freeze.Have a great day!
More than likely the con rod is broken. To check remove the shift lever on top by removing the center phillips head screw. then with internal snap ring pliers remove the snap ring.put your phillips screw back in with out the shift lever. Take a pair of pliers and grab the screw and pull the shift boss out. You then can see if the con rod is broken or not. The bad news is those parts are hard to come by.
hi i have a 30 year old hilti te17, yes i know but its great but i need the bit holder ( chuck i think its called, the thing that hold the drill bit in for this hammer drill, otherwise its works perfect, built to lasst these things, but parts are hard to come by in aystralia, anyone help me if you can please lulu
It could be that your connecting rod is broken. You can check by taking your shift lever off of the top of the gear housing and then removing the snap ring to remove the shift boss. That will allow you to look at the crankshaft and connecting rod. If it is broken I would check with Hilti to see if they still carry parts for the TE 72.
Call Hilti direct at 1-800-879-8000 and speak to them. They can fax or ssend you a breakdown of the tool list. They will also sell you parts. I don't know of an outside source for Hilti parts. If I have helped you would you please rate my response accordingly and Thank you.
Do not put it in hammer mode and try to unscrew the chuck! This will break the housing internally. To remove the chuck you will have to put a chisel in the chuck. Lock that chisel in a big vice. You will then have to put a pipe wrench on the chuck to unscrew it. It is regular threads but there will be loctite on it. Once that is off your will have a spring and two roller bearings to remove before you can slide the bell off. You will then have 8 5MM screws to remove. This will remove the chuck. You will then have a snap ring to remove. After that you can remove the whole cylinder assy. More then likely your connecting rod is broken.