Physically, it should, I don't know that they would have changed up the splines and spindle style on the shaft in the column.
The biggest thing would be the clockspring connector being the same, and if using minimal wires, the resistance values of the switches in the wheel controls.
Some systems use resistors in each switch, and one or two wires for all the switches. The difference in resistance tells the computer which switch is selected.
It keeps the clockspring from having 20 or more circuits in it.
Chrysler did this, and in 2000, changed the resistance values, so even though the steering wheels would fit on older cars, the buttons would not work, or would possibly do the wrong function.
(Basic Cruise Control)