yes there's a way to do it, but it's not a diagram, it's a METHOD, and that requires lots of pictures, and special tools to lock the camshafts (or devising other ways to lock the camshafts). I can't do all that in this little box. Ford doesn't use little marks and grooves like on some other engines--you have to turn this a certain number of degrees, then turn THAT so that Bolt A lines up with Part B----like that--while setting chain tension and checking TDC and camshaft positions (and keeping the cams steady). So you need a workshop manual. There's no other easy way, so suck it up and get over to your public library. It's not so hard once you have the book in front of you--you can go step by step with it.
I did search for an online video or picture set for you on the Internet, but didn't see anything, sorry. This engine has its own method.