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  1. Just drive it more aggressively. That will blow out all the moisture collected in the oil from soft driving. My Porsche's oil level went from mid point between min and max oil level to min level after 40 minutes of driving at 4000+ RPM.
  2. Muzzy1, did topping off the power steering fluid resolve the the steering noise problem? If not, how did you solve the problem? I have the same problem with my '08 Cayman S. Base on a quick inspection, the mechanic said that it doesn't seem to be a fluid problem since there is no leak found under the car.
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