it's pretty simple to put in. unhook the battery, let it sit 10 minutes to so for the airbag system to drain down. there are two plastic caps that cover the bolts on the side of the steering wheel. 2 8mm (i think) bolts gets the back out, unhook the connector. then you unbolt the steering wheel (1 torx in the middle). unhook the wiring for the horn/crusie from the old clock spring. then you will need a puller (i use a pulley puller).
not my picture, but that's what i use except mine has only 2 jaws.
once the wheel is off, then you can remove the old clock spring. there are a couple clips that hold it in place. i can't remember exact what at this time. should be pretty easy to figure out.
the biggest thing is your new clock spring will come centered. so your wheels will need to be centered when you put it in. there are warnings on the new CS saying not to turn it so it stays centered.
it sounds like a lot, but if you have any mechanical skills, it's not too bad. if you lived over this way, i would put it in for you.
just found this thread for you.
Adding tilt column and cruise clock spring from Explorer