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I need the vin to pull the correct diagram for your pcm and I will upload it for you to compare to yours
sorry about the delay It has been a busy day to say the least,
but I just looked at your pics and you have the pins incorrect, look at the second photo and you will see a 50 and a 41 in the connector those are the pin numbers so you need to count from the 41 which is RED/GREEN and you will find pin 43 is the wire you have cut, looking carefully there is a blue wire next to the orange wire and another red wire near the blue one
here is a link to the pcm pinouts based on your vin they are in word format and should be downloaded and printer/saved to your pc as they are only up for a few days
excellent let me know if you need further help.
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crank sensors were very common to short internally on all of our products and can easily cause a pcm to shut down and make you think you have a dead pcm, I have also seen tons of inexpensive aftermarket sensors cause starting/running issues so in your case it would be a good idea to swap out the crank sensor and see what happens, and don't be "cheap" here if you MUST use an aftermarket sensor use NAPA's proline (Belkin is their top line I believe) they were an OEM supplier and their sensors actually work I would run from sensors from auto zone or car quest/advance auto parts, they never seem to work properly
I rarely use a scope to check sensors even though at all dealers they have access to one built into the DRB3 scan tool, I use the scan tool data to see if the cam and crank sensors are in sync but using the test lamp you have should also provide a good alternative since both cam and crank sensors send the computer a digital square wave.