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YOU MIGHT TO UPDATE THE SOFTWARE FOR IT AS WELL HERE IS THE LINK http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/vgn/images/portal/cit_11221/310
If that dont work or if you want to try something before doing that chek in setup or configure, I have never used that particualr system yet but i'm sure it follows the same basic rules. If you have the manual for it you can follow the instructions there, if you dont here is the link ans some other information that you will find useful http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pna/printer/friendly/0,,2076_31
Depending on what DVD/navigation system you have, it may be wired to only play movies while the parking brake is engaged.
I have an after-market Pioneer AVIC-9DVD Nav system, and that's the "default" means of operation. My screen is in-dash. Some places can install a a bypass switch, but that ultimately introduces a safety risk.
In situations where the screens are mounted in the rear of the vehicle only, it should be okay. I'm guessing you have a factory-installed setup where the screen is in the front with the driver.
Apparently, this model has an Achilles heel...the ribbon that controls screen extension/retraction. I believe Pioneer extended warranties on this model to 4 years if purchased via a pioneer main dealer or sub contractor. Problems normally occur within 18-24 months from new. I assume your unit is at least 18 months old. Best to contact place of purchase or Pioneer directly.