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best idea is to go to a battery shop and have them replace the battery
1---you will get a right replacement battery
2-- they will or should use a supply battery plugged into the electronics so that all codes and programs are not lost
When you say wont accelerate does the RPM flares that would be the transmission slipping, or you step on the pedal all the way and the vehicle has lack of acceration you can hear a hissing noise that would be a plugged exhaust.Here the thing you related it to fuel has the problem on the ignition coil is a powerstage if this stage acts up it allows you to accelerate you just dont go anywhere it back fire through the intake that would be the power stage it located on the ignition coil
the GROUP number should be on the top or side of battery as well as the CCA (cold cranking amps) you want to buy a battery that has at least the same or more CCAs. if you cant find the right size battery any auto parts store should be able to look it up in a catalog.the GROUP # determines the height,width,and overall size and terminal locations.some common group sizes are 24,24f,75,78,58R etc.hope this helps you.