One possibility is that you are seeing a "memory" effect (when you turn hard the "other" way on the road, does the wheel do "that way" instead for a while?). This is common and has to do with how the steering uses bushings etc.
Other options: Either something is bent (unlikely), toe is off (more likely) or toe is OK but the wheel was put on lopsided at the works.
Unless something is bent (meaning you bent it while driving etc.) have a shop check alignment and set the wheel to straight on when the car is moving on level ground. They'll want to rack it and check the alignment.
I would not "fix" this at the wheel. I'd fix it under the car at the nose.Do i have to unhook the battery and all the good stuff
or just a unbolt and bolt back on type thing
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