Question about 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe
The drain line should be under the floor pan just about below where the passengers feet would be. You should see a short piece of hose hanging down near the frame rail by the firewall.
However, if your air is blowing warm air, there will be no condensation dripping anyway, because your evaporator is not cold. Unless of course the problem is in your plenum mixing door.
It sounds like you have a a/c issue, i.e : servicing, compressor clutch, etc. rather than a condensation drain issue.
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