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Mitsubishi 1996 Pajero. What is it - Is it a problem (attachment to transfer case)

It is a cylinder 3" long by 2 1/4" diam (metal) attached below the transfer case by a 2 sided bracket which in turn bolts to either side of the transfer case by 4 bolts. Bracket is cracked on one side where bolts go. What is the function of the cylinder and how important is this item. Nearest mechanic over 300 k's away on rough dirt road. Is this item expensive or could it be removed and welded without affecting the function of the cylinder whatever that might be. Thank you George

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  • mr wobbly Dec 03, 2008

    I have the same problem, after driving a good distance on dirt roads, It makes a rattle where it is cracked over about 2/3k rpm, I have removed it and refitted it (still cracked) because it looks like some sort of balance shaft as well as protection for the transmission I am reluctant to drive with it off,

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