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The monitor has jagged lines going through the picture in both units. These units are in the head rest of the car.

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Check the video module. Generally, it's under one of the seats since the cables are usually only 6' long. Check the video connections at the module. ( The box is usually 7"x7" and about an inch tall) If all your cables are tight and you can't get the dash unit out, to test the headrest monitors, if you've got a small tv with video input, plug it into the module, if it's the same, you know it's the module or the deck. Chances are it's a loose video connection on the input side of the module or a loose connection on the video output of the deck or DVD, whichever you have. Hope this helps

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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    Chris Armstrong Mar 26, 2012

    Did this get fixed with just being a simple connection issue? I have the same problem. Only one monitor though.

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