Watch for various fluid lines to rust out. This includes the power steering lines, automatic trans lines and the hardest to fix, the rear brake lines. If you are very handy with car repairs, it'* a LOT easier to plan for these problems, and collect all the parts BEFORE they start leaking.
Your rear brake noise may also be associated with a leaky cylinder.
I have never been happy with my rear brakes, no matter what I do they still are noisy and tend to lock up.
Another item that can get you is that the rubber ring on the crankshaft balancer rots away. If you hear an ungodly noise from the engine some day, it'* a good chance that is what it is.
1992 green ssei. Tan leather, moonroof, power everything. 161k miles
Goodyear RSA Plus 225/60/16 VR on chromed factory crosslace rims. McGard chrome lugs.
Audio system: CD player w/equalizer, subwoofer (all stock).
Delco premium wires, NGK TR55 plugs, K&N stock style air filter. Ceramic brake pads. New rear brake tubing and proportioning valves. New wheel cylinders, front rotors and calipers. New front wheel bearings. Replaced crank sensor and harmonic balancer. Rebuilt instrument cluster. Cleaned A/C evaporator. Valve cover gaskets. Alternator. Front stabilizer links. Replaced all power steering lines and transmission lines. Cleaned MAF and IAC. New door appliques. Rebuilt steering gear. CERAMIC brake pads, I love them. I am listing all this in case someone needs advice on any of these repairs.