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Wth all the seat belts in the usable position you can remove the fuse and just latch and unlach the belt to get in and out. This old of a car you'll need to look thiugh the junkyards to find one that works and it's a big job to change them. If the junkyard will let you they'll let you watch as the mechanic takes it off the old car and you'll see how to remove the one in yours,
check if you got rack in pinion steering the mounting bolts for looseness .check tie rod end housing seats and the inner tie rod ball studs for wear.if all is good.your rack has worn pinion bushing and rack bushing.