This guide details the process of removing the motor assembly from the drill. The process requires removing all of the internal electronics from the drill case. Due to the tight constraints of the wiring within the drill, reassembling the drill may require the use of a spudger to push the wires out of the way of the case. We have clearly explained how to fix the motor of Ryobi P202 18V Lithium-Ion Drill Driver
- Rotate the Drill 180 degrees so that the top is facing you.
Lift the level gauge out from the top corner of the drill.
The level gauge is Part #: 3000909
Step 7 Gear Select Switch
Lift the gear switch upwards from the top of the drill head.
Step 8 Battery Contacts
Grip the battery clip and pull straight up to remove the metal battery contacts.
You can now clean the metal battery contacts with isopropyl alcohol.
Holding the direction select switch in place, grip both sides of the trigger assembly and lift it up and towards the base of the drill.
To separate the trigger assembly from the motor, use a soldering iron to melt the solder and pull gently on the red and black wires from the trigger.
Gripping the rear of the motor and the chuck, lift up.