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I HAVE A DEWALT 991 3/8 DRILL DRIVER. THE MOTOR TURNS AND SOUNDS FINE--THE CHUCK CAN BE HELD WITH LITTLE PRESSURE AND A CLICKING SOUNDS COMES FROM IT. DO YOU THINK IT COULD BE THE CLUTCH ASSEMBLY? JIM

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Ensure the clutch collar is turned to where the little drill bit Icon is top dead center of the drill. If this is so, and your gear selector switch is not between gears, you will need a clutch. If this is a 991 Type 1, you may be able to get away with just an output gear, which rides against the ball bearings of the clutch.
392755-00 Output Gear part #. Generally when it is that bad, you will have to remove the clutch from the transmission without taking off the chuck, because the needed resistance for that operation is simply not available.

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