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The Cam & Crank Sensor controls whether the coils will give spark to the engine or not if you scan the computer it should give you a code for 1 of these sensors. They are very easy to change and are only around $50.00 each.
if you aren't getting the corresponding bank 1 sensor 1 code, P0135, you may have gotten the wrong O2 sensor, or perhaps it is defective? There is the chance that if you put some anti-seize on the O2 sensor threads or on the exhaust threads that you may have gotten something on the sensor itself clogging it up....
I believe sensor 1 is pre catalytic converter, but this code refers to the internal heater in the O2 sensor... so if all else fails, you may just have to buy or exchange for another and see if it helps your problem