In a word, "No". There are no instructions provided to do that. Unfortunately I do not have a spare dishrack sitting around to take photos of.
Two recommendations: Visit a Sears or Lowe's. Find any Kitchen-Aid, or Whirlpool dishwasher and look for a similar rack. At Sears, look for a Kenmore starting with a 665. prefix.
Second recommendation: Visit a local appliance repair shop. Most towns have a few. Bring your rack in for a tech to try to look at. Those racks are tricky, but if you find someone with a little experience, you may find your problem solved. There is really no possible way to describe how those clips go in over the internet. I wish there was, and I truly wish we could be of more help here, but try my two recommendations. I'm sure one of those will direct you to your answer.