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I am not familar with this modle vehicle but the knocking could be worn shocker or busher ,wheel baering could be in bad need of ajustment this could cause problem with steering also steering box
track rod end and kingpin and bush also rack and pinon,
If you're restoring a T-bird, I strongly recommend buying the Haynes or Chilton manual. It's like $25 and not only does it have an exact diagram, plus a picture of where to put the grease for the kingpin, but it'll help you keep the engine running at peak efficiency, maintain the car and get the best gas mileage, torque, etc. It's a bargain at the price.
Your S10 pickup does not have Kingpins.
The front suspension is equiped with ball joints that are replaced as a complete assembly. The replacement procedure varies based on having a wheel or 4 wheel drive vehicle.