yep. It's just a big molex connector. You may need a few tools though it is possible to do it with nothing but a pair of needle nose pliers if you;re willing to risk screwing it up and going through a few pins before you get it right.
There should be at least 4 or 5 videos on utube about repairing molex pins. I suggest watching one or two.
molex pins (local radio shack will have em or you can order some. They're cheap)
a rod that will fit in the molex connector to push the old pin out. They sell specialized tools for this as well.
either a pair of needle nosed pliers, or a molex crimper.
Push the old pin out and either fiddle it off the wire or cut it at the base and accept that your wire will be a bit shorter.
If you cut it strip back the insulation about 1/8th of an inch
The molex pin has two crimps. One for the wire (the top one) and one for the insulation. Crimp each at the appropriate point.
Stuff the pin back in the connector and you're done.