Most of the time it's rust, but sometimes the rubber sleeve on the one pin will adhere to the bore or the grease gets caked-up. If it is badly rusted and being 94 model year, it may make sense to get a remanufactured brake caliper assembly w/ bracket and replace it (I would also get a new hose if replacing the caliper). You can probably find a pretty good deal for those parts at Rockauto.com. If it is the rubber sleeve at the end of the one pin, you can get a caliper pin boot kit which has new bellows and slide pin sleeves and only costs a few dollars. You can get the proper slide pin grease at any auto parts store in small packages (about the size of a ketchup package) or in a plastic jar with a brush attached to the bottom side of the cap.