Hey all. i drive a 1999 subaru legacy outback with 110K miles. A Week ago i had my axles replaced by a mechanic. And this week i realized When turning my steering wheel left and right, i am having noticeable steering fluid leak, and there is also a strained sound when turning. Is it possible that poorly done axle change and the process of removing whatever parts have to be removed or touched to change axles could cause a leak in power steering rack or pipes or reservoirs + make noise?