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You have a single fuel injector in it right. Try right at the end of the gas pedal cable at the engine there is an electrical plug and a little device that goes around in a circle when the gas is mashed. That is the throttle position sensor. Try unplugging that and if there is no difference in the revving then the throttle position sensor is out. If that is not the problem, then plug your engine into a an onboard diagnostic reader. 85 is an obd1.
I'm confuzzed. Does an Acer have a Honda accord starter?
Disconnect the + battery cable. Disconnect all wires on the starter, and remove the mounting bolts. Wiggle the starter out of the engine bay, and replace with the one you want to use. Reinstall the bolts and wires, and reconnect the battery + wire.
should be an easy DIY project. Remove the negative battery cable. remove the big nut on the starter selonoid, and remove the wires from the stud. Remove the nut from the small terminal on the selonoid and remove the wire. Remove the two starter bolts that hold the starter to the engine, these have 9/16 heads and screw in straight up. Sometimes these starters have a bracket at the back end of the starter, if so remove this bracket. Do NOT let the starter fall on your head it will hurt you!! I know this from experience( 6 stitches and a mild concussion)
If it is for the 4 cylinder, it's not that easy as the intake manifiold needs to be removed before the starter can be removed as the starter is under the intake manifold. Once the manifold is removed then it's a matter of a couple bolts and connections. It's not that quick a job.
Hi I am vortash it sounds to me that the ignition switch is not working check the connector plugs and the earth leads on the battery .. there is also usually two wires on a positive terminal of a battery one is for the starter direct and the other a smaller side attatched wire is for the utilities ( but not all cars have them check your manual ) see if yours is this type and check that wire connection . last but not least check all fuses .. under the hood and anywhere else that you may have a fuse box again check your manual ... hope this helps regards Vortash