Hello, I had my engine replaced in my 1995 Integra RS. In addition, they replaced the radiator, timing belt, clutch, and various other things. However, when I got my car back, it had an oil leak. The shady mechanic told me that I specifically told him not to fix the one thing causing that oil leak --- a rear seal main gasket (or something like that). First off, I know squat about cars, so there's no way I could have told him that. Anyway .... Now I'm stuck with this oil leak that they won't fix because, of course, I said not to replace the gaskets which I have no clue about. Then he offered to fix it on the side for $250. Otherwise, it would cost about $1000 (according to shady mechanic guy) to fix because of the labor to take out the engine again to get to the rear-seal gasket. Yeah, I can't begin to describe the frustration and anger that place instilled in me. Well, my brother thinks the oil leak can be fixed by replacing the oil pan gasket, or something like that. I wondered if anyone else out there would know where the leak could be coming from? Or how can I determine myself where the leak is coming from? I spent over $3000 replacing the engine and all the other stuff. The car is like new ... but with a big, ugly oil leak all over my garage floor. I am not looking to spend another dime on that car. So any suggestions would be nice! TIA!