Sensor failure is often heat related , when crank sensors first start to go out they often have an intermittent failure when the engine is at full operating temperature. You are cooling the sensor with water.
A faulty crank sensor would make the engine not run.
crank shaft sensor With the limited information you have provided, I would have to say, that you have found the "Crank" sensor.
If the crank sensor is not working, the engine will not run.
Possibly the crank sensor or the coil pack is dead. But with a dead crank sensor you also get no spark, no crank. No crank equals no fuel delivery.
A bad cam or crank sensor can cause a no start, but the engine will still crank or turn over.
Have you checked for fuel and spark? Camshaft sensor and or crank sensor will cause that problem as well!
It would help to have some context, but the exact translation of "pouring water" is versant de l'eau.I am pouring water = Je verse de l'eau
To test a 1995 Cavalier crank sensor you would need to get a mechanic's computer. They can put a sensor/fuse tester on it and see if it is working properly.
The crank sensor is a crucial ignition component, and the absence of Top Dead Center transition signal to the computer from this sensor normally results in no spark to the plugs.
your crank sensor has absolutly nothing to do with the ability of the engine turning over. I would look at the wiring to the starter.