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Crankshaft position sensor gear broken loose from crank

I have a 1999 hyundai elantra, 2.0. The gear that the crankshaft position sensor points at spins free on the crankshaft. Is there a key that has broken between the two that I could replace or does it need a whole new crank?

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    WONT CRANK AFTER REPLACING CRANKSHAFT SENSOR

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