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The 2000 MVP has two timing chains, one on each side of the engine on the front side. They have a plastic timing chain cover over them...
It could possibly be a crank sensor or if in fact it does turn over really fast then that indecates a breakage of one of the timing chains. Timing chains wouldn't actualy jump unless a tooth on the sprocket breaks or is worn completely off and that usualy takes years of abuse and over reving to occur. You could always get your vehicle to a parts store to have a diagnosticsroyble code read out, the diagnostic computer can give you an accurate answer...
Bro, you can check this by removing the front upper cover of your engine. If you see a chain, then it's chain driven but if you see a rubber belt that has gear like teeth on its inner surface then, it's a belt. Bro I really don't kow how much it costs, kindly check the website of your car manufacturer and go to costumer support.