As a general rule, you're achieving nothing by disabling permissions from system apps. The only thing that's going to end up happening is things breaking and us not knowing how to help you fix them, since we won't know exactly what you've changed.
If you trust GrapheneOS, there's no reason to be adjusting permissions or anything else for system apps.
The Network and Sensors permission are granted by default to ensure compatibility as these are permissions that GrapheneOS adds.
For user-installed apps, you have a checkbox to disallow network for the app you're installing in the installation confirmation prompt.
There's also a toggle in the Settings to revoke the Sensors permission for newly installed apps.