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Check connections at battery, if they are clean and tight, then check the ground cable where it connects to the block of the engine or fuse box under hood, clean these with a little sand papaer and replace, but it sounds more like a ground issue.
You need to reset the mouse and keyboard to the sensor. On the sensor(base) you should have a button and under the mouse you should have also a button. Press the sensor(base) button first and quickly the one under the keyboard and mouse. If the doesn't work shut down the system, unplug the mouse and keyboard sensor(base) and re-plug it back in . Start the system and try the process again.
First try replacing the mouse's batteries, if this fails then try resetting it using the reset button - both on the mouse and the receiver.
If you experience trouble resetting, you may try to disconnect the receiver and the mouse physically. Unplug the receiver and take off the mouse's batteries and then reconnect them.