Sorry to bring back such an old and beaten to death post, but just opening an idea for those that want a "stock look." I went with the soldering route because it's more reliable than crimped connections. I thought what the hell, make it stock at the same time.
What I did is take a piece of wire, and soldered it to a ground connector. I then heat shrinked a short peice over that. Then took the panels off, cut the wire as far as I could in the stock sheathing. Then I pulled the plug off, popped the clip and removed the connector form the plug. Then, open the connector like this:
I just used nail clippers to bend them outward. Just bend the wire till it breaks off. Trim any wire form the connector with the nail clippers.
Strip the wire about 3/16", and lay the wire on the connector. Grab some pliers and smash the clip back on the rubber of the wire. Solder the wire on top of the old one. In this picture, note that the end of it, is smashed onto the wire:
No need to shrink wrap this one because the solder sits inside the connector. Then just take it back to the truck, push it in the connector, and push the clip down.
Just connect the ground gonnector to the bolt.
To remoce the connector form the plug, read up on the service manual. I just used a tiny screwdriver to pull the clip up, and remove the connector. If you also search for "door switch reversal" it goes over how to remove the connectors.