If I knew where she lived/lives now, I'd go and see her.
The verb 'knew' in the if-clause is a past tense, which means you don't know the place where she lives at the time of speaking.
The 'would' in the 'I'd' is also in the 'past form' of 'will'. which implies that the main clause — I'd go and see her — is under the influence of 'if-clause'.
You example senence is a typical of a subjunctive mood 'past' which means:
As I don't know where she lives, I can't go and see her.
The noun-cluase — where she lives — is natural with or without the adverb 'now'.
'If I had known where she lived then('now' is incorrect), I'd have gone and seen her.' means:
You didn't know in the past where she lived and couldn't go and see her.
Grammatically 'lived'+'now' is incorrrect in terms of tense agreement though 'just now' implies 'a moment ago' and goes well with the 'past form' of the verbs.
EDIT: Though 'lived now' is incorrect, your two examples are correct because the 'now' modifies the verb 'knew' and your examples are subjunctive mood.
PS. My previous answer (before edit) was focused on only 'lived now' which is included in 'where he lived now'.