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Does the monitor have a dvd player built in to it? Are you trying to play video's? Or is it just a monitor and your trying to get a tv signal? I believe that the two yellow cords you are talking about either go to the antenna unit to get a signal or connect to a dvd player or another media source to play on the screen. What do you have connected to it? Please go to your original question and click on reply or comment to answer my questions and I will try and help you with this.
if the headsets work the fm transmitter may already be working. unless they are using an ir signal. you can test this by blocking the the ir or (infrared) led's on the lcd and the dvd player , if the headsets still work than its probably being sent via fm signal. turn your head unit on to fm andstart at 87.1mhz and work your way up to 89.9mhz in .1mhz intervals fm transmiters are usualy some where in that frequency.hope that helps
Try these guys - although they only allow installation by licensed installers, so they may not supply parts.
Wiring harnesses for this type of application will differ considerably from vehicle to vehicle depending on the location of the monitor and player and the route through which cabling has to be threaded, so they are usually constucted in situ. The connectors on these units should be standard, so any auto electric shop should be able to wire it up, but be careful not to void any warranty on the monitors.
Hope this helps :)