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This may be there fault, if the sub frame was removed and steering shaft unhooked without lock steering wheel, the steering wheel will spin and in the steering column is a clockspring, this works like a pullout key chain, it can only go so far, so if the wheel spun and they did not know and thing connected shaft back in the wrong spot then when you turn the wheel the inside flat wire will snap, this connects the steering wheel buttons to computer by the clock spring, the name may confuse you as it is not a spring but rather a wheel that holds a flat set of wire in order to kept a connection as the wheel turns right and left, there is only so much wire so if turned to much one way and is not centered the wire will break. this is the only thing i could think of as the horn is also out, the only other problem may be wires left off, what you can do is take it to a dealer and have them repair it and if it is related to there job then hand them the bill.
All you have to do after replacing the battery and the bas/esp light comes on is drive the vehicle. While your driving around is will allow the steering angle sensor to relearn. That's only if it says "bas/esp see owners manual" displayed on the cluster.
Try the reset procedure, With the car running out of gear turn the steering wheel completely to the left then completely to the right then back to the middle, if this doesn't help or it comes back you will need to get the car checked by a garage with the star diagnostic system to find the issue.
It's the ESP warning light, You may have a ESP button on the dash which you can push to reset it, Otherwise try having the car idling in neutral and turn the steering wheel fully left then right the back to middle, This should reset the light, if it comes back you will need to get the car plugged into a diagnostic scanner to find the issue.
The esp light coming on is indicating a fault......therefore a trouble code should be recorded within th ecu.......i would assume that a possible wheel sensor is intermittently faulty..but it is hard to come up with the left hand one or the right hand one.......if you take the car to a mechanic they should be able to connect a scan tool, which will provide you with a trouble code.....which will point you in the direction of the fault
For recode the steering angle sensor you must connect a diagnosis scantool to the data link connector of the car in order to access the ESP ECU (Electronic Control Unit), in other words programm again the steering angle sensor in the ESP ECU. Select the steering angle sensor programming (learning) menu, and follow the steps: put steering wheel in straight direction, then turn steering wheel to the left direction less 15 degrees, then to the right direction less 15 degrees, put steering wheel in straight direction again until the programming was done. Then the ESP light will turns OFF.