Note on the article...
He recommends soldering. Soldering is usually not recommended for properly crimped, crimp terminals.
If you have a poor crimp then soldering may be a crutch for that. Provided the soldering is done properly, that is.
Additionally, the author installed the wire seals backwards. The small end of the wire seal is supposed to be retained by crimping it to the terminal at the secondary/insulation support crimp. The attached image shows a Weatherpack terminal assembly, not a Furukawa, but the principle of crimping the wire seal to the terminal is the same.
Last edited by whoaru99; 08-05-2019 at 07:20 AM.