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timing chain or timing belt?

does the 2001 2.3 have a timing chain or timing belt? i can seem to find a answer...
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"The camshafts are driven off the front of the cylinder head by one timing chain. The chain is driven by a sprocket that is located on the crankshaft"

- 2001 Factory Workshop Manual, 2.3L section.
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thanks stoked i dont have to change it then
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