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I would not use any one that has a transmission control module unless yours already has one. They do make TCMs aftermarket but you have to wire everything in and make sure its compatable for your application.
If you are going to work on this car Purchase the Clymer manual.. or borrow one from the library.. Wiring diagram? there are 8 plug wires (firing order) and a plug for the IGN module. you did not say why you needed a diagram.. What is the car doing ? WRITE A COMMENT AND LET US KNOW WHAT YOU NEED.
You'll need the K-member from a 94'-95' v6 or GT, along with the correct motor mounts. once you have that it should drop right in. But there are many more parts you'll need to make it work like a 5.0 tranny, exhaust, wiring, pcm, radiator, and maybe more. Look in the Ford Racing catalog and drop a 4.6L Cobra motor in there. A lot fewer parts to buy. Also if your state has car inspections the 5.0 is not OBDII, and should only be attempted if its going to be a "race only" car.