Totally untested plan:
Do a couple warm up style sets of Front Squat, first. Get accustomed to the upright style. The idea is to make sure that you are not just low bar squatting, with the bar high on your neck.
Then do a set of back squats, again warm up style, with a slightly higher than normal bar position. Next try another set or two, moving the bar up slightly each set. The exact position doesn't matter. You can even do a set with the bar obviously too high, so you learn how much it sucks.
Then when you start adding weight for your real sets, your body "knows" where to set the bar.
It may take a few sessions to get comfortable, and find your "true" setup, so don't rush into selecting a "bad" one.