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Ducati 848, What is this part?

I upgraded to this 848 recently and I am receiving EXVL Error 23.1 When I further investigated I found this part(see picture) to me completely rusted out. No amount of WD-40 can get it loose. Anyways I've been trying to find out with the part is so I can replace it but can't seem to find it anywhere. In this parts Catalog (pg. 52/53) I am able to find the pieces that attach to it but not the specific part itself. If anyone who has had this issue before could identify the part that would be great.
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If you take the cables off from that rusted valve, there should be no fault code anymore..I think..Then the servo moves the cables freely and think everything is working. If servo still works.
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I upgraded to this 848 recently and I am receiving EXVL Error 23.1 When I further investigated I found this part(see picture) to me completely rusted out. No amount of WD-40 can get it loose. Anyways I've been trying to find out with the part is so I can replace it but can't seem to find it anywhere. In this parts Catalog (pg. 52/53) I am able to find the pieces that attach to it but not the specific part itself. If anyone who has had this issue before could identify the part that would be great.
Geezus... did that come from the factory like that? Those are some pretty hideous looking welds.
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Geezus... did that come from the factory like that? Those are some pretty hideous looking welds.
Have you see the insides of the pipes..whoa..
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That little device is called a flux capacitor.... which, as we all know, makes time travel possible!

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And I'm with Prophet on this one. Holy globby cold-welds, Batman!
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That little device is called a flux capacitor.... which, as we all know, makes time travel possible!

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If you take the cables off from that rusted valve, there should be no fault code anymore..I think..Then the servo moves the cables freely and think everything is working. If servo still works.
That will get rid of the code but what position is the stuck flapper in? could be partially closed....
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If you take the cables off it I’m sure it will fault when it does its cycle at ignition on - because there’s nothing to stop it going past the point it should stop. Get the electrical emulator or the ecu reflashed, or a new header.
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