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Code Plug I obtain Motorola radios and parts from a Motorola service center and dismantle them for scrap. Before I dismantle them, I First offer any parts to others at no charge (other than postage) The problem is...I don't know what the heck these people are asking for in parts. Is their anyplace that I can find a list describing the contents with photos of the inside of Motorola radio's? Also; What is & where is a code plug?

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  • Patrick Patterson May 11, 2010

    Your request is very vague. In order to try to help you I must know what model of motorola radio you have. The model number is on the rear chassis. Once I have the model number I will give you the motorola part number for the service manual that you can purchase from motorola. You must purchase the manuals your self as no one affilliated with motorola will give you the information you request as the information is copyrighted by motorola and they will take legal action against anyone infringing on thier property.



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Code plug is the terminology used to describe the programming data held in the radio.

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Within the radio, What does that piece that holds the data look like? and where is it located?

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