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If they are standard power brakes, check the vacuum booster. The diaphragm may be broken. If it holds a vacuum it's OK. If the brakes run through the power steering pump, make sure the belt is tight and the steering is smooth.
The crank sensor is on the front of the engine it triggers off the front crank pulley. The pickup you changed is the Camshaft position sensor and will cause hard starting but not a complete no start. A picture of the Crankshaft position sensor is below.
check your fuel pressure regulator. its on your fuel rail. after you have had it runningpull the vacum line off of the fuel pressure reg and if you see fuel there its bad and needs to get changed and that being bad will cause a hard starting problem
If an engine turns over it is cranking, do you mean it cranks but won't start running?? Have you tested for spark and fuel pressure when you have a crank and no start? That is the 1st thing to do, until then you and I are guessing, and that gets very expensive very fast.
i have had the same problem.the solution is the fuel pump! i know you got pressure and it runs so how can it be the fuel pump? the pump is losing its prime you are getting pressure just no volume thats why its crank off crank off the system is priming itself again kinda like a weedeater or similar motor fuel is there just not enough of it to the injector To check this hook a pressure gauge turn on key turn off key release fuel should be plenty but if tis just a few drops thats it hope this helps