Where in Texas are you. I live just North of Houston and be of some help. It is a very time consuming process, and if you don't have the right tools to de-pin some connector then be ready to cut some wires and soldering to put them back together. The car I have now was done by someone before I got it. It was half ass done and I have had to do a lot of reworking stuff. I am not a huge fan of doing this unless its a show car and all of the hole are filled to accompany the looks. But I will help you out!
A wise man once said "It's better to remain silent and appear ignorant, rather than speak and remove doubt!
91 GT, TT 306,TFS 170's, Track Heat,60lb inj, 150 shot, 3.27's, setting up for nice dd with Maximum Motorsport suspension.