Ok. On this vehicle, the Crankshaft Sensor is located behind the timing belt
cover, so the chances of it getting wet are actually slim. This code however, can set as a by-product of a problem with the Camshaft Sensor, as these sensors work together. When one or the other fails, both codes can be set and will make the engine stall due to a lack of spark problem (as both sensors send signals to the on-board computer in relation to spark control).
So, from the symptoms you describe, I'm leaning more towards the problem being in the Camshaft Sensor rather than the Crankshaft Sensor. The Camshaft Sensor is located on the passenger's side of the engine. Inspect the electrical connector for any loose, broken or damaged wires. Remove the connector and inspect it for any signs of water intrusion. If the visual inspection checks ok, I'd replace the Camshaft Sensor.
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