yes as long as they are the same stud fitment. The mk4 golf is 5x100 bolt pattern and the mk3 golf is 4x100. unless it's a vr6 model which has the 5x100 bolt pattern so in general the mk4 wheels will not fit a mk 3.
it's usually the brake light switch. There is a recall on some of them. Call VW and c if your car is one of the cars, they will fix it for free. If u do need to buy it. it takes 5 minutes to change and it's $4. good luck
No they do not. The Mk3 uses an entirely different headlamp as compared to the Mk4. They will only fit if you swap the front end of your Mk3 with a Mk3.5 Cabriolet. Furthermore, Hella Makes Headlamp units that look very similar to the mk4 headlamps.
If the oil pressure light goes on in a MK4 Golf Turbo make sure the oil used is rated from VW. Putting the wrong type of oil in the Golf Turbo continuously can cause the oil pressure warning light to go on.
Yes the Golf Mk4 can take an offset of between 35 to 42 with no modifications, anything more or less you will need spacers or body modifications! check this site out: http://www.carlsalter.com/wheel_fitments.html
You can purchase a Golf Mk4 GTi from the autotrader website which will list used cars available for sale including details like mileage and price. Alternatively you could purchase one from the ebay bidding website.
You can't turn the lights off on a Golf MK4 unless you buy and install a Euro headlight switch (about 30 dollars on Ebay). The installation is as simple as pulling the stock headlight switch out and sliding the new one in (no wires so splice, it is a plug and play item).
The only way to address an issue with door handle that will not unlock the doors on a MK4 VW Golf is to remove the panel that covers the lock on the door itself. After the panel has been removed the problem can be identified.