i don't know what kind of harness your refering to might as well just use your alarm pins and wire them accordingly, every alarm i've ever installed i've never used a prefabed harness I just ran the alarm wires to what I needed. Heres the wiring for your 94
Constant 12V+ Black/Orange Ignition Switch Harness
Starter Red/Blue Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition Red/Green Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition 2 Gray/Yellow Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory Black/Green Ignition Switch Harness and Gray/Yellow for Heater
Tach Gray/Orange Ignition Module, 12 Pin Connector
Neutral Safety Wire Not Grounding OEM Switch opens Starter Circuit
Brake Switch Black/Pink Brake Switch
Trunk Release Purple/Yellow (+) Driver's Kick Panel or at Switch in Console
Trunk Pin Brown/White (-) Pin Switch with Factory Alarm
Parking Lights Brown Light Switch
Head Lamp Red/Yellow (+) Light Switch
Factory Disarm Dark Green/Purple (-) Driver's Kick Panel
Door Trigger Black/Light Blue Under Dash Light
Door Lock Pink/Yellow Driver's Kick Reverse Polarity use Passenger's Switch to test
Door Unlock Pink/Light Green W/Keyless Negative Trigger
Horn Wire Yellow/Light Green (-) Steering Column
Windows Up LF=Yellow, RF=Tan/Light Blue at the p/w switch
Windows Down LF=Yellow, RF=White/Black
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