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Not very familiar with the supras, but I've lived with 3 people who've owned a total of 7 supras. Try loosening the pulley bolt in the middle of the tensioner pulley and then use the long tension bolt to take tension off the belt, that is if it is of that design.
This is straight from my service manual:
You will have better access from underneath the vehicle for the most part in removing the pump and related parts. If the air cleaner pipe from the air filter gets in your way, remove it, also, you should remove the power steering resevoir. If you have the 7M-GE (non-turbo), remove the splash guard from underneath the car. Loosen the bolt on top that is used to keep the belt tension and loosen the bottom bolt that attaches the pump to the bottom bracket (just loosen for now, don't remove.) remove the high-pressure hose banjo fitting hose bolt and the two air sensor hoses on the back of the pump. remove the low-pressure hose. You will have to remove the pulley from the pump and to do that you will have to use a tool to hold the pulley stable while you remove the nut securing the pulley to the pump. Toyota specifies special tool SST - 09278-54012 But you can use whatever tool will hold the pulley tight without marring it. Once you have the nut off, you have to remove the pulley and be careful not to lose the woodruf key. TIP: the bottom bolt for the pump has its bolt head toward the firewall. Replacement is the reverse order that you took it off. Don't forget to bleed the system of air and tighten the belt.
Hope this is usefull.
remove the horn pad, it is held on by a few screws recessed at the back of the steering wheel spokes, then go to Kragen and buy a unniversal steering wheel puller, easy to use, it wioll pop the wheel right off.
Had the same problem if you fill up the power steering fluid, jack the car up off its front wheels turn the steering wheel side to side a few times...check the ground for any power steering fluid, if you notice a leak you will need steering rack reconditioned or just the boots replaced..also belt may just have snapped.