There are tool you can buy to do this but I made my own out of those thin strips of stainless steel in wiper blades. I just ground them thinner on my bench grinder to fit inside the connector to press the connector pins tab down.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Ben98SentraSE:
Repinning? How do you get the pins in and out? I had to cut and splice, NOT fun AT ALL. One of the wires I did that to pulled itself out of the splice and I had to redo it with barely any wire slack left. Don't you have to have some special tool to move the pins around?
I guess doing that wiring is worth it, but it's very careful work and it's just not a good thing to hack up your wiring harness, especially when there's little to no slack to play with. I'd recommend doing it this way over the rising FPR and stuff, but if there is a way to safely remove and reset the pins, by all means let the world know!