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check your fuses fist and always when electrical things stop working ,there should be a fuse location finder in your owners manual,and under the hood you should also have a power distribution box and then one inside on the left side by the drivers left leg or lower dash panel
Sure, take a test light and hook one side up to ground and with ignition on, not running, test both sides of the fuses until you find one that doesn't light the test light. That should be the bad one. Take it out and look at it carefully, and you should see where it is burnt. Replace it with the same amperage and you should be back in business again.
Power steering fluid is fairly generic. Buy a good quality brand. If the system is low, it has to be leaking somewhere. In that case use a good conditioner such as the one made by Lucas. It is the only brand name product I've ever used that has worked on a consistent basis. And, will not harm internal components.(sound like a salesman? I'm not!) No chemical will repair broken or severely worn parts, but seals can dry out and leak. Never use transmission oil in power steering. That used to be OK but is not now.
There are 2 PDF documents to open from that page (above the picture). The first (Routing guide) gives you the belt routing diagram code for
your car (diagram 6-10). The 1995 lexus ES 300, GS 300 and Sc300 all
have the same engine and belt configuration so refer to the 1995 GS300.
The second PDF (Illustration) shows the belt diagram for code 6-10.
If the air conditioner has stopped, it can be three things. The clutch, the relay, or the motor. Look around in relay centers to see where the relay and fuse are for the conditioner. You can check with a multi-meter, or ohmmeter to determine if relay and fuse are good. You can also use the same tester to determine if there is power in the wiring going to the air conditioner motor.
It could be the air conditioner pump or maybe the freon needs to be replaced in the air conditioning unit. You should definately bring it somewhere and have it looked at. You don't want to mess with freon at home. It has to be disposed of properly.