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I would definetly check the bearing if there isn't anything wrong with the rear brakes. When they cleaned the rear brakes they would have turned the drum to see if there was any rubbing, and then they would have at least test drove it for a bit to see and then recheck to see if the brakes were rubbing or binding. If indeed the brakes are fine, I would then look into the rear wheel bearing. I hope that isn't the case because those wheel bearings are quite expensive.
Should you need a new rear wheel bearing, the MSRP on that is $346.38. I sell Genuine Toyota OEM parts to TN members for 30% off MSRP which would bring it to $242.47 plus ACTUAL SHIPPING COSTS, and $1.00 - $2.00 for materials, etc. I do not over inflate shipping or base it off a sale price, I weigh it, and then tell you what it will cost.
If you need any other information, have any questions, or want to double check your local dealer on something, need TSBs, whatever, let me know. I am not in here just to make a parts sale. I am usually in here every day and you can check my posts, and see that I am truly in here to assist the TN members.
Good luck and I hope this information serves you well.
Gary Smith-Parts Manager