I know it isn't much, but I added a few extra dollars. I really do appreciate the help. I would normally take something like this to the shop, but I have been out of work for 6 months. I have to be careful with my expenses especially with a wife, a 2 year old, and a baby due on the 23rd. The car is hitting that point where things are starting to go wrong, rear brakes
, turned into a leaky wheel cylinder, which then resulted in replacing the brake line that runs from the wheel to the brake tube. I woudld rather scrap it, but I just spent $500 on a new motor so I would like to keep her going for a little while. It's my beater car to get me to and from school, so if it's something I think I can tackle I will, even if it's above my level of comfort I will at least give it a try, only way to learn right, lol...
Well thanks again for the help, I left you a very positive review, I will be sure to recommend you directly as the expert to talk if they submit a question.
I will admit wrenching on the car beats a day at the furniture store anyday, lol