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I have a issue but not with the parking brake, that was pretty easy all I did was I I added a kill switch and grounded the wire. Now my issue is that apart from having my screen in the front I also have 2 screens in my headrest . Now I had tried this in-dash in 2 different casr and the screens in the back dont seem to work. They come on when they please and turn off whenever they feel like it (I power them on and I get a blue screen and the video feed will just come and go, sometime it will last for a while and sometimes just a minute). Anyone know what might be wrong with them..? Now on another note I used to have a different in-dash and my back screens worked fine..???

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I know that the Jensen has a "Dual Zone" setup in the menu settings. Make sure that you have it set right. Make sure nalso that you are using a MONITOR OUT RCA from the Jensen, not a source input on the deck.

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