Well comrades, I seem to have a peculiar situation on my 2011 Toxic Dodge Challenger ,that only has 163 miles ! This may sound strange and it is, but power steering fluid does not evaporate,right. I believe the Dodge Dealer said so too . See, about a year and a half ago I had to call a Dodge Dealer's mobile tech out to bring and install a new battery,since that was not only the OE ,but the Challenger had not been started up either for about 2 years before that ,too !!! Well,after installing a new MOPAR BATTERY it cranked up with no problem....I was surprised and the tech too. As I was about to put in gear the Steering [wheel] was quite stiff.... I mean I'm not real strong,but please..even the Mobile Tech saw this too. Now That cost about $300 and now I had to spend $180 for a tow to Dealer. They said the Pwr steering reservoir was EMPTY:surprise:,,, and that to really remedy would run about $1800 for a new Power steering pump !!! Great. Obvoiusly out of warranty,too !!! I was out of town for nearly two years and the Challenger was in the garage this whole time and when the car was backed out,there was no puddle of power steering fluid anywhere !!! So, this has been a mysterious incident.... Anyone have any thoughts ? Somewhat recently though I am beginning to wonder if the fluid was drained purposely,but see I had both key fobs and the Challenger was locked....So I'm guessing is it possible for the hood to be opened and/or the power steering fluid drained by underneath?