I have an '07 FJ with 213,000 miles on it. It is a 2 WD. I have had this annoying brake squeal in my right rear wheel for 2 years, backing up and moving forward, usually occuring with slower speeds and a light touch of the brake. I have replaced the pads and rotors twice (ceramic pads) and this last time, replaced the caliper. It made no difference....it squealed. I finally took it to the dealer. Their brake Tech took it apart and measured the distance from the pads to the rotor, on both sides. He compared it to other FJ's that had been in the shop.....no appreciable difference. He tested the rotor to see if it spun true...it did. He got a Toyota rotor to see if the specs were the same as the OEM rotor I had on it.....and it was. Now they are telling me it has to be an axle or bearing issue. It would seem if it was a bearing issue, the rotor would NOT have turned true. It seems if it was an axle issue, it would also affect the wheel on the other side and that wheel is fine. I have spent $160 with this dealer and I do not want to spend more money on a wild goose chase. IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE THAT HAS SOME EXPERIENCE WITH THIS TYPE OF PROBLEM, OR EXPERTISE WITH THIS ISSUE THAT CAN SHED SOME LIGHT ON IT? This problem has driven me crazy for 2 years and I would like to get it remedied! Thanks.