Question about 2004 Ford Crown Victoria
Brake light are on a different circuit with the dash panel and parking lights. There often is a resetable temperature breaker in the light switch. This protects against high current. Are the bulbs standard? Was the car ever hit in the front? Can you try unplugging one lamp at a time and see if one is causing the over current? If the light switch is on the steering column lever then it's probably controlling a relay. The problem could be in the relay.
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