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Probably defective or incorrect sensor, sensor wiring connector problem (bent or corroded pins), improper installation (wrong orientation, not seated properly), etc. Why did you replace it in the first place?
wont crank or wont start.?? no car starts , if it cant crank. (unless push starter (M/T magic) that is not a trans sensor its the PRN switch. ill answer for, wont CRANK ! it wont crank even with a good battery (charged) or jump started. 1: bad start 2: bad wires to same. so hot wire the starter small wire, the key start line is tiny. cranks. , starter good, no crank starter bad or cables bad. if it cranks hot wired, then the key line is dead. easy, huh?
Which engine do you have ? The DOHC 3.5 or the OHV 3.8 ?? Turning over and cranking are the same thing, so I will assume you mean it will crank but not start. You should have a pink wire that is power from a 15amp fuse and a black wire which is the ground. The rest go to the cam sensor, crank sensor, and computer. What color is the mystery wire ?
ok, any obd code means the sensor concerned is not detected by the ecu, or is way out of range of the normal signal the ecu expects. I would therefor check the electrical path between the sensor and the ecu terminals, it may be just a chafed cable or wire.