I suggest you try to experiment a bit with it. I know it's not always convenient, but it will pay off in the end. As far as I am concerned, the system was built to lift the trailer off the truck, then level, then re-set height for hooking back up.
My only 'adjustment' to the automatic procedure is to raise the trailer an inch or so higher after 'drop front jacks' has ended it's cycle before pressing auto level (of course removing the truck). I have found that it does not return quite high enough when we are hooking back up (probably because the truck has 'sprung back' a bit).
After unhooking, I push 'auto level' and by the time it has lowered the front all the way down, I have hooked up my power and sewer. I throw my rear blocks under when they start to drop ( dropping the pins 3-4 holes), and then hook up the water while it levels.
By the time it's done I'm pretty much ready to run the slides out.
I should note I have the 351REQ, so that might make a difference on hole numbers, but do keep trying, it took me a bit (and a few lifted tires) to get it working. I also still struggle a bit mentally when I am on a really uneven site and the tires lift, but I keep fussing until they don't.
Keep working with it!! It was designed to work automatically!
2014 Crusader 351 REQ Touring Edition (the Cottage)
2015 GMC Sierra 3500HD SLT (Allison B)
Nights in the Cottage: 2014:
Jan= 2, Feb=2, Mar=2, Apr=3, May=2, June=8, July=10, Aug=11, Sept=2, Oct=2 Running Total: