I am attaching 4 diagrams of the entire engine wiring system. This should help you to be able to trace the problem by process of elimination. Since the car ran, it sounds like something is failing intermitantly. The best way I have found to do electrical diagnosis like this is to trace the circuit and check for voltage at nodes. Nodes being things like, coils, ignition boxes or PCUs, etc.
So you can start at the fuse and find a point where the wire to run the engine should be hot with the key in the run position.
Follow this procedure until you find a point where there should be voltage, but there is none. I realize this does not work for every scenario, but since you have a new cranshaft position snesor and the car has been running, it is still a good way to go especially when you are getting to the point where you just are out of ideas. Use your common sense though. Check the camshaft position sensor to make sure it is getting voltage. Even if it is it might not be working right, but there is not much you can do but inspect the air gap and the general condition of it.
The only specification for testing anything electrical is the throttle position snesor, which is worth checking, I have attached it as well.
Also, check grounds to make sure they have a good metal to metal corrosion free fit.
I hope this helps you out.
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Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 AT 1:25 AM