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name of this part?

guys what is this metal part on the air filter box name of it and what does it do if you can tell me thanks
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M16/7 Recirculating air flap actuator. It is to do with your supercharge function.

What is the problem ? error codes?
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if bad can i have loss of power? cuz i dont feel like the car is fast for the 183 horsepower it has
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if bad can i have loss of power? cuz i dont feel like the car is fast for the 183 horsepower it has
Have you scanned of any saved codes?
That would be one of the first (several) things I would do instead of using a guessing/ feely approach.
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if bad can i have loss of power? cuz i dont feel like the car is fast for the 183 horsepower it has
Yes.

If the valve is not closed or partially closed (under the control of the ECU) you will not get the adequate boost pressure when you accelerate.
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no error codes because in my country no one has a good computer for checking error codes they all have a trial version and that doesnt do the job it doesnt show small error codes ill see what i can do to check that Recirculating air flap actuator thanks.
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You can remove it and check it the flap moves with closed throttle and the wide open throttle. It may be stuck.
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i took it out tried with my fingers i pushed the flap moves but when i started the car pressed the throttle it didnt move not even on 4000 rpm flap does not move. when i shut of the car it moved up a millimeter very little what can it be what should i change? thanks at idle aswell it doesnt move
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Perform the test in item 37. You need to test the voltage across the flap actuator at closed throttle and full throttle WITH the engine running.

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thanks for the help you are gonna make me a mechanic ill test the wiring and the n3/10 thanks agein
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