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the thermostat is right under the radiator cap. has metal handles. you can just pull it out. if not there it has been removed. Not sure if a 94 is the same as an 89 but mine is right on top of the engine close to the radiator. it sits directly under the rad cap just open it and voila...hope this helps

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