The rubber pipes in your photographs are for the power steering, the larger diameter one is from the reservoir to the pump & the other is the return from the steering rack to the reservoir. They do tend to weep at the ends with the original clips fitted, and can eventually drip quite badly at the steering pump end if not attended to - this drips onto the air con compressor & then drips off the bottom of the air con compressor into the undertray at the front of the sump. The solution is to replace the clips at any leaking joints with normal worm drive ("Jubilee" type) clips - this can be done without separating the joints but it may be necessary to remove the alternator to get at the clip on the pump. The clip at the reservoir end of the pipe to the pump has already been replaced. You may also have a leaking power steering pump - I thought mine was but it turned out to be just the hose clip at fault.
Last edited by rqt; 18-02-2015 at 16:36.