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Those cables can go bad easily. If you have a meter and know how to use it, try to test continuity on each pin. If that isnt the answer, then either the input of second monitor is faulty, or output of main screen.
You can put the SD cards in the player? or did you try to burn the video on a DVD?
The last will only work if you recode the MP4 AVI or whatever, back to the original DVD format. You can make a region free DVD.
Its not auto adjusting because of the flickering. Its flickering because the screen itself is losing voltage so it cant stay on. You can try hooking up the monitor to another computer just to rule out a bad video card but it looks like replacing the LCD is the only solution.
sounds like you have a couple of problems. 1) your headrests accessory wire is not hooked up or it doesnt have one, that would fix your problem with the movies starting all over again. check this by changing your color really high or low on a monitor turn the key off wait a few seconds then on again then check to see if the color stayed the same, if it did then you may have low quality or off brand monitors. 2) the sound issue could be kind of tricky the rear headrests may be hooked up but you may need to turn the sound on trough the head unit and this all depends on the make and model you have. i would suggest you take this to your local stereo shop or wherever you had it originally intalled. they should be able to check this out for you.