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4runner power steering cap same as GM power steering cap?

I have a 94 4runner V6 3.0L Engine and the ps cap has gone missing. Ive been told that GM makes the same cap. The following link is a picture of a cap from a GM pump between 1987 and 1994. Can anyone tell me if this is the cap used on my 4runner?

http://www.midwayautosupply.com/pc-13078-459-motormite-power-steering-pump-cap-gm-1987-1994-82574.aspx

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Did you find out if they fit? I just lost mine.

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