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The battery eliminator does not require programming. (This is the category the question was posted in.)
If you are referring to the radio, you will need to visit a Motorola dealer for programming. It requires software, cable and a RIB (radio interface box). The software is proprietary to Motorola and available by subscription to dealers and qualifying entities.
The battery pack for the GP300 radio is a factory sealed unit. There are no user maintainable parts. Sorry!
If you are wanting to remove the battery from the radio, look along the sides of the radio near the top. There is a spring-loaded tab on each side. These need pulled down and held while you slide the battery down and off the back of the radio.
You can tell by looking at the radio. Either on the bottom or on the back of the chassis (where you would find the serial number) you will see a small green diamond with an FM logo inside. This would indicate the radio is intrinsically safe (factory mutual approved). If the radio is intrinsically safe you must also use an intrinsically safe battery. Check the battery for the green markings too.
The best price I found for your batteries is on eBay. Here's a link to a current listing: http://cgi.ebay.com/Battery-MOTOROLA-Radius-GP300-GP388-LTS2000-HNN9628-/290428070271?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item439edca97f
Your Motorola MTS2000 is not a scanner but a high-end two-way radio. It requires a computer, special interface box (called a RIB, for Radio Interface Box), the proper cable from the radio to the RIB, and the programming software called RSS (Radio Service Software.)
This is much more difficult than a scanner to program and if not done properly can cause the radio to automatically transmit on frequencies that you are not authorized to use.
Try calling your local Motorola dealer and ask them if they will program it for you for receiving only. They will either flatly refuse or they will be happy to charge you a service fee. Some places are more willing than others.