Oil Catch Can on 2019 Ford Ranger
I have a 2019 Ford ranger with the 2.3L Eco boost. The 2.3 is a gdi engine but unlike the 3.5 in the F-150, it only has gdi not gdi and port injection. I've been reading about early gen f150 motors that have problems with carbon/sludge buildup on the intake valves due to ingested oil vapor. Since there is no way for the 2.3 to keep the intake valves clean by itself, does it pay to install an oil catch can. The truck already has 31,600 miles on it so I would imagine there is already some buildup. Not sure if installing a catch can is worth it at this point and will prevent long-term carbon buildup. What do you think?