Ye that isn't just the acky in you its your common sense no doubt. The factors you should look to are:
*Villains opening range from the position he's raised from
*His F3B or F3B from that position if you have enough hands.
*Villains 4bet range (if you have enough hands or simply have been 4bet loads)
*Last but not least metagame
Having said that you need to have a default range to begin with. Recnetly I've been trying to 3bet more so I've been creating ranges on pokerstove, screen shotting them then checking with other players if they'd go with the same hands. Against someone with a F3B of 70%+ you can make a range with as wide as 20% of hands until (if at all) they adjust.
Squeezing against a steal attempt in general I'm going to have a really wide range. More so vs a button open than a CO open.
We generally prefer hands with nice implied odds
but the problem is when we're closing the action and have a discount on our price to enter the pot alot of these hands are more than strong enough to flat so we have to resort to alot of ATo sorta hands to make up the numbers.
This isn't my range just something I've whipped up quickly (dunno if I want to hand my exact range over to acky) . But it should give you an idea of what to do with stove and you can discuess with other people what % you should be aiming for vs certain player type, whether to go for 45s or J8s and what adjustments to make given different stats (ie High opening range but very high 4betting % >> flat more, 3bet bluff less, 3bet for value more).
Look to find hands too strong to fold but just about too weak to call.