Hello I will help you with your question,
This is the sensor at the snout of the crankshaft that you replaced?
Was the timing belt replaced as well?
Were all the stripped teeth removed from the crank area?
Was the wire for the sensor routed behind the power steering pump? Was the pump loosened to replace the sensor?
Was the shutter wheel replaced in the correct directionn of travel?
Usually it is one of these things that was done/not done that either breaks the new sensor, sends the wrong signal to the computer or cuts the sensor wire.
If you have a voltmeter make sure you have power and ground to the harness side of the connector with the key on and measure the other wire with a straight pin slid along the wire side of the connector so you can have it connected while you turn the crankshaft by hand, the voltage should toggle high to low as you turn the crank. If the voltage does not toggle then the problem is in the sensor or the wiring to the sensor from the connector.
Let me know what I can do to help you with this