To me, it looks like you have the hardware excapt a bolt or two.
I have taken a picture of my own setup and also taken the liberty to turn around one of your pictures to be able to compare the 2.
I think perhaps the front have been off, and when it was put back on, there was not enought care taken when placing them mechanism.
In your picuture, the part that attaces to the push rod itself, is the one closest to the fuse box.
It shoudl have been located in the cut out slot , and the connected to teh push rod.
The other part os connected as you se most clearly in the picture from my Sonett.
Hope this was of help.
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