The PCM will put the car into limp mode if it detects a problem like this in the FRPS(fuel rail pressure sensor) circuit. You probably either damaged the wiring harness feeding it or the sensor itself. If the wiring and connector look ok going to the FRPS then just replace the sensor itself. You can verify that the reference voltage at the FRPS is between 4.5 and 5.5 volts with the ignition on and engine off. The PCM or the wiring to it from the FRPS would be the only other possibility however the PCM being defective would be very rare.