Absolutely. Without a good signal from the crank position sensor, the ignition timing will be all over the place and you will be lucky to get the engine to run at all. Check the wires leading from the crank position sensor for damage. It isn't uncommon for the sensor or the wires to be damaged when changing oil filters if the wrong type of wrench is used.
Don't worry about the part number that shows up at the end of the DTC check, that's just the number of the module and doesn't have anything to do with your problem. It's just for reference.
Also if the sensor is like on most cars, it won't throw any codes, it just senses the crank revolution, so if it doesn't sense the crank coming around each time, it just doesn't allow spark/fuel. I have had to replace two on my truck, ran like chit!