When you click on a link and it redirects you to another page, you'll see below the page's title the text "Redirected from XXXXX", with XXXXX being the link you tried to access originally. Click on that link, and you will see the URL add "?redirect=no" and the body of the article will be replaced with an arrow pointing to the page it had redirected to. This means that you're now in the redirect page itself. Now all you have to do is click "Edit" and replace the content with the disambiguation template.
I've noticed that you have continued adding information in articles without using proper references, even though you have seen my previous message about using citations, and I have called your attention a second time before this one.
Please take into account that failing to abide to this site's policies is an offence that can lead to a temporary block.
2) Once the image is uploaded, please don't forget licensing.
If you uploaded it through the Special:Upload function, make use of the "Licensing (Required)" dropdown feature before clicking "Upload File," so it can be legally displayed on the wiki.
If you uploaded it through the "Add a photo to this gallery" function on the bottom of galleries, or you didn't select any licensing option in the dropdown feature of Special:Upload, you'll have to add the licensing manually. Go to the uploaded image and click "Edit," you'll see two rows of buttons to insert templates or format functions. Click on the button that has a single polaroid photograph on it (found in the bottom row), and the template will be added. Be sure to fill in the "License" field with the respective license. Most common licenses are "Comic Single Panel," "Comic Cover," "TV Screenshot" and "Movie Screenshot." If the licensing you added is not valid, the image will still appear as unlicensed.
3) Whether the image template with licensing has been added automatically or has been inserted manually on the image, please be sure to fill in the respective fields there are, including "Source," "Universe," "Subject#," etc. to help sort it out.