Use a Dremel tool.
I just thought of a third option:
Cut off the current P.LED connector, and then splice a new one on, making sure that the spliced connector are single-wire connectors, of course. If you're not familiar or comfortable with wire splicing and soldering, you could use Butt Splice Terminal/Connectors. 22-18 AWG, I believe, should fit.
Actually, after doin some more research. I figured out all I had to do was rewire it by using something thin to lift up the plastic tab to release the pin connector, which then I took the two and placed them on there corresponding pins, much easier than soldering or rewiring
. Thanx for trying to help and now u have knowledge of a better way so me and you can help newbs like me
. Winwin. Peace.