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I used to be big into soldering but you always run the risk of inadvertently adding resistance into the circuit. This absolutely burned me one time during a lengthy harness repair, the joined wires didn't fuse properly, added resistance into the circuit and wound up setting a check engine light for an open in that circuit.
Wire splices are the way to go. Much easier, faster, and more reliable than soldering. You must use quality butt splices and heat shrink though in addittion to a good crimping tool.
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