For better understanding kindly upload your model with all preprocessing.
From your screen shot updated i can understand that your fixture or contact may be a problem. You can use from the study properties select "use soft spring to stabilize Model" option to stabilize your model. It will Create external stiffness virtualy to stabilize your model. Again if your getting "Large Displacement" warning then use "No" option to run simulation with small displacement. Then you will get some result. From that result select displacement plot and do animation and find which part or sub assembly not properly constrain, that will move abnormaly. Then constrain that part or sub assembly. Then just unselect "use soft spring to stabilize Model" option and run the simulation. Thanks
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Perhaps your pins or hinges allow axial movement.
I just gessing without files with setup
A couple of things.
It looks like you haven't modeled the pins in the hinges, you need to replace them with multiple pins to hold the hinges together.
The second is that once you are there you have a semi static problem. There may still be rotating in your pins so at least one of them needs to be rotation fixed.