Q: Fuse keeps blowing out for break lights , could I possibly have a short ? And is it worth replacing the brake light switch ?

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Brake light fuse keeps blowin out. I touch it , feels really hot. I keep replacing fuse, and again same problem especially when I'm driving. It's been happening for a while what should I do? What do you think the cost would be to rewire brake lights wires to the fuse box?

My car has 120000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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