I don’t recommend tearing it apart if it is still working, but if it does come apart, then run on over to Radio Shack and you can pick up the same connector as the stock one. The greatest part, this connector only costs $2.60 and they are generally stocked up on them. So you shouldn’t have to order it or spend more money on it than it is really worth. Also, I’m sure they are open seven days a week, in case your local motorcycle shop (if they stock it) is closed on the day you need it.
Start by stripping back the exposed wires (if necessary), to make sure you have good contact with the wire and connector. Then crimp the connector onto the wire. We soldered ours to make sure this doesn’t ever become an issue in the future, but if you believe in your crimping skills, then I’m sure you won’t have a problem. Next, slide the wires into the plastic connector until they lock in. Then plug it in and you’re good to go. It’s that easy.
So what does all this mean? Well, more money in your pocket, no waiting, and no unnecessary kicking. This of course, always equals, more riding.