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The wires or contacts on the wires are corroded or worn out. Since they are mostly in the steering column wiring harness you may have major problems, but first check the connector from this harness to the main fuse box for a loose connection. It may be as simple as that to fix...I hope!
1) Check all fluid levels, oil, transmission, coolant, brake fluid and power steering (if so equipped back then. LOL)
2) Inspect air cleaner and carburator(make sure throttle plates open and close
3) Buy a new battery and a can of starting fluid.
4) I would change the oil and filter
5) Fire it up!!
6) After it runs/drives for two-three hours I would change oil again, but not filter.
7) Seriously consider flushing cooling system, and brake system (if power brakes). Transmission fluid drained and refilled
check the manual and see if you got the belt config if that not right the tention will not be right also make sure you got the right belt, tention is very important in getting it to stop i hope that helps (compaqsiget over and out)
Get some stainless cotter pins at an equipment and feed store and see if it works with that or other linkage set up. Get some rubber-jawed locking pliers and poly rope in there to help you figure things out.
To remove the disc, first remove the two retaining screws that hold the disc in place. Thenthread two 8mm bolts into the other two holes and tighten alternately a little at a time until disc is free.