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Some taz 5's used the single row connectors, others used the double row ones. I linked both so you have the option, but you will only need one or the other. In your case probably the double ones.
Here is a good video using the socket side female pins that usually would be the harness side ones https://youtu.be/XvdePo12vIM . Basically you hold the pin loosely in the crimper without crimping it, slide the wire in from the back until the stripped part is in and the first part of the jacket is past the set of jacket arms, then you crimp the pin. Then you slide it forward and loosely crimp the jacket. In your case you would probably be using the male pins. You probably want the Molex 0016020108 male pins in this case, not the larger TE connectivity ones. The 0016020097 ones are the female side.
No worries! Always good to plan for success and do your research, and I'm happy to help.