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Motorola Radius M1225 UHF

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I just picked up 2 m1225 radios at the thrift store for 8 bucks and so far they are working but I do need to replace the modular mic connection with a new one and what I was wondering what are the color code for the wiring? One is kinda still in tack but a few wires have been cut and what is left connected to the modular plug is green/red/black/blue in that order and the yellow and white are not connected or came loose.
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Personally, I would just get on ebay and grab a couple of moto mics. They are cheap enough.
 

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Found it

Found the info I needed on Batlabs and I agree it was a killer deal.
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