Wow sorry to hear that man, I just saw your imola purchase thread!
Yea powersteering fluid is likely the answer. I cannot think of anything else that low on the car. There is a power steering line bolted to the intercooler crosspipe. Idcheck that first.
Not replacing the tires on my car when I first got it was the biggest mistake I made! A few months into owning the car I slid into the back of a diamond plated town truck and it sucked. A nice cracked bumper for me. They were Toyo proxies 4's and I will never buy a toyo tire in my life! The following summer I discovered dry only tires - I had my first set of Falken Azenis RT615's and I couldn't afford a winter set at the time so I just roughed it out. I'd spin all four wheels everywhere I went! So I made it to February actually valentines day and I parked at a resturaunt Then came out and 5 mins later I had a flat tire. The sidewalls were so solid that they froze and expanded and popped! I had to have the car towed andthays when the other half of my bumper got ripped off.
Now I didn't mean to threadjack, I just figured it might be benifocial for you to laugh at someone elses misfortune ! --- I've done blizzaks winter & azenis spring/summer/fall ever since and never plan on buying "All season/high performance" tires again!
Modified by DougLoBue at 10:34 PM 2-6-2010