Originally Posted by wmkbailey
This may be a late post, but on a Thomas you can just clip the wires. The buzzer only comes on when the wire is grounded, either through a switch on the emergency doors or when the emergency window is open. Cut the wires and you remove the ability to ground them. You can take any of the wires and touch them to the chassis and get the buzzers to sound.
Never too late to leave a tip! (Although I already got the unnecessary electrical removed!) I just need to make sure that when I rewire the inside, I re-hook up my top strobe. I decided it would be a good idea to keep it just in case I am in need of attention during a break down or a foggy day.
I clipped the wire to the back door while the bus was running and then put it in gear to see if it would move and it did, then I shut it off and restarted it to figure it out. So you are right on the money about clip n go!