My newly acquired Yukon is equipped with auto leveling rear suspension. Today I measured the hitch receiver dimension between my 05 Envoy and the Yukon. The receiver on the Yukon is 3" higher off the ground than the Envoy's.
My enclosed car trailer is a tandem axle trailer with no provision for a weight distribution hitch due to the V-nose. I attached the trailer to the Yukon with the ignition key off and the vehicle dropped down about 2" in the rear. I then started the engine and the rear suspension auto leveled the rear back to the original height. That sets the tongue height too high. I already have the largest (7") drop hitch I could find.
I'm now looking for solutions. What if I pull the fuse for the auto level air pump for example?
Any and all suggestions welcomed. Thanks, JR
If your rear end is too high, especially compared to your front, you could adjust the level sensors down.