check for fuses first and they should work anytime you have any lights on, the bulbs are probably burnt out in them, if the outside covers do not come off then you will have to get to them from the inside of the car somehow, I never had to change one so I do not know for sure how to do it
1. Where to buy pillar candles?
I just bought some at Michaels (the craft store) for $2 a piece. They had them in one of the wedding display areas
2. The Pillar Drill; Key Features and How They Work for You
In the workshop, the ability to drill a hole which is dead square to the horizontal plane is crucial. Therefore, the pillar drill, is one of those essential pieces of equipment that must be included at the outset. As well as its primary function of drilling holes, the addition of optional attachments increases the versatility of the machine; for example, to cut mortices. Using a drum sander in the chuck will also enable the pillar drill to be turned into an effective sanding machine for concave curves. This guide is designed to help you with your decision. It will look at considerations and key features, so you can find the right drill for you. The effective height of the machine is governed by the 'chuck-to-table' distance. This is the maximum dimension that can be fitted vertically under the chuck. A taller workpiece could be drilled, but this would entail moving the table through 90 in order for the workpiece to stand on the machined base. Similarly, the widest workpiece that can be drilled is determined by the 'throat' dimension, which is the distance from the centre of the chuck to the column. However, on certain machines, notably in the Hobby range, the head is able to tilt through a prescribed angle as well as slide back and forth. This greatly increases the 'throat' capacity and generally makes the machine more versatile. These are called radial pillar drills. If the workpiece to be drilled is generally quite tall, then a floor standing drill is required. Conversely, smaller jobs may only require a bench mounted drill, which means that there is usually adequate storage room underneath. Bench mounted pillar drills are still very heavy and require a substantially constructed unit to support the weight. No matter what size drill you are buying we would strongly advise that they are assembled by more than one person! The machines are relatively simple and are centred around a substantial steel column; onto one end is attached the motor, drive belt system and chuck. The other end of the column is securely located into a heavy cast iron base and between the two is the horizontal table. The table can be moved vertically by means of a rack and pinion mechanism operated by a convenient handle. This unit is the cornerstone of all drilling machines and consists of an induction motor at the rear, situated behind the column with the chuck directly over the table. The chuck speed can be varied by lifting up the interlocked cover, releasing the tension on the drive belt which is then re-positioned over the most appropriate pulleys. Chuck speed is very important as different materials will require different speeds for optimum drilling. The chuck is contained in a precision machined quill within the headstock. There should be virtually no play in it even when extended out to three-quarters of its travel. The surface ground table can be raised up and down the column by means of a rack and pinion mechanism. There is also an option on many machines to tilt it, which means that the workpiece can be drilled at an angle other than 90. Many tables, particularly in the Trade and Engineer ranges, have grooves around the edge to enable coolant to drain away. All tables have diagonal slots or grooves allowing a machining vice or additional pillar drill table to be bolted to it. The column is a hollow cylinder of surface ground steel, ensuring that the table's rise and fall is very smooth making the height adjustment a light task. The column should also be strong enough to maintain rigidity, therefore reducing vibration. This is a robust, heavy piece of cast iron where a flat horizontal surface has been ground. Moving the table sideways allows a taller workpiece to be drilled by standing it in on the base. The casting for the column is bolted securely onto the base at the rear and there is also the facility to bolt the drilling machine to either a bench top or floor. Adding a pillar drill to your workshop is something everyone should consider. With the ability to bore perfect holes, as well as many other tasks, it's very high on the list. Before you purchase one, there are many things to consider, not only with the machine but also your own circumstances. How deep are your drilling? What material are you using? To name a few. Once you can answer these questions and therefore know the features you need, the right drill should be just around the corner.
3. Is the 4th pillar of Indian democracy really in danger?
I do not think so that actually the very 4th pillar of democracy i.e., media is in real danger(if you meant threat from the govt. by danger). Because newspapers like "the hindu" and the shows like "aap ki aadalat" are not just critical and straight forward but are religiously followed , loved and trusted by millions of indians. So considering this fact, how one could say that the 4th pillar of democracy is in danger as they are expressing their thoughts and views freely publicly. (But here, I would like to add one thing and that is - media houses are showing non sense and confusing content most of the time ,just to increase their t.r.p (please do keep rstv,lstv,pib,the hindu etc out of this purview) and that is creating a lot of fuss among the audience ). As for the conclusion i literally do not think that the 4th pillar of democracy is in danger but yes they do are facing crisis of good and authentic content and also they have danger from their own concept of showing "anything kachra" just in order to have more and more trp