I am in the process of replacing connector and header pins j120 and j115 on the driver board of my T-2. The j115 is the ac in for the the GI. There is supposed to be 3 wires which daisy chained from the bottom pin to the one above it. See this link for a picture of what it looks like stock. http://www.pinwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=Williams_WPC#General_Illumination_Problems
My question is, instead of trying to cram two wires in one molex connector and then crimping it somehow, can I just link the header pins together on the back of the board by soldering the two linked pins together on the back of the board? That would achieve the same results I would imagine, but wanted to verify everyone's opinions before doing it. I think that would make for a cleaner job then trying to cram two wires into molex connector.
Also anyone else see WPC use a different color wire in J115. As you can see in my picture, this connector was "repaired" before by an expert craftsman in a controlled environment more then likely l . Look at the top wire that is soldered directly to a trace on the board. Mine is a gold color with silver stripe instead of yellow with white stripe like it is supposed to be. As far as I traced the wire it appears to be this color and I don't see any splices in it so it seems it was always this color originally.