jaybee86, Whatever you do, PLEASE do NOT drive that car until you have either a very, very good shadetree friend or a local shop inspect the braking system. You have BIG problems and in the condition the car is in right now you could kill someone - even yourself - the next time you leave the driveway.
I'm dead serious - get it looked at BEFORE you drive it. You should NEVER have let it get to this point.
The master cylinder reservoir cap has a pleated rubber insert - a bellows - that separates the brake fluid from air (brake fluid simply LOVES moisture). As the pads wear, fluid level drops and the rubber bellows expands and compensates for the fluid level drop while still sealing the reservoir from air intrusion.
If you do your normal underhood fluids checks every month you'll see the brake fluid level drop over a year or so (barring system failure). If you have never done reguar checks, either the brake fluid warning will show (idiot light message) or you'll get to your problem now - air in the brake system - and now need professional help to refill and bleed the system.
If you DO perform regular underhood checks and keep the brake fluid reservoir at the fill marks on the side of the reservoir, then when you replace brake pads and squeeze (front) and screw (rear) the caliper pistons back into the calipers you must remove some fluid or it will overflow the reservoir.
Because brake fluid is very hygroscopic (likes moisture) it is a good idea to have a brake fluid exchange done every 5 years.
.......... and there's a pcture and paragraph on the brake fluid level and master cylinder reservoir in your owner's manual.
Ok just talked to my dumb cousin and he said that when he used it he put power steering fluid in the brake tank I have no sticker on cap so he didn't know bout a month ago so how bad could that be and thanks for all the help
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your "cousin" now probably owes you several thousand dollars in a brake system overhaul. Power steering fluid is absolutely NOTHING LIKE brake fluid - the system is now contaminated, the special formula rubber in the calipers and master cylinder is rotten/eaten up/dying, and you need to replace almost the entire brake system.
You NEED to explain this to a GOOD ASE mechanic at a local Mom & Pop shop. Tell him I sent you. Quote me if you wish.
Proper brake fluids and level checks are covered in the owner's manual.