I have a 1996 Honda Accord LX that is fully loaded for its era. A recent problem that occurs is that the engine revs to about 3000 rpm when the car is shifted into reverse. This problem happened a couple of months ago when my daughter slid into a tree (icy roads that day). I checked the vacuum lines and they all seem to be intact and not leaking. This problem is a a major safety hazzard because I have to put the break pedal to the floor in order to get the car to stop. The idle seems to get higher the longer I leave the car in reverse. Any thoughts here on what might be causing the problem?
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