I would guess that the power output of the '92 is considerably less than that of the '95. They are different engines, right? And that the Powertrain Control Module will be expecting a different trans than the one you are installing. As I understand it, there are parts in the trans like accumulators, springs and valving that are adjusted for the torque output curve of the engine it is mated to. Same thing to a lesser extent with the torque converter. So, even if you did get the wiring to match up by swapping some wires (if that is practicable) you may still end up with a trans that does not shift in an acceptable manner.
Then there is the matter of the final drive ratio. I am guessing you would want those to be the same. Are the RPO codes for the trans the same on both cars? F17 for the 2.84 ratio or FW2 for the 3.06?
I have not tried to swap different years and models - maybe it would work, but if there was little difficulty doing it, I would expect that salvage yards would say the different year swaps were OK. But, for the '92 na and '95 na, they don't. Take a look at compatibility on: http://www.car-part.com