Could be leaking transmission fluid.
If you follow the hose from the drivers side of the radiator, it will lead you up to the end of the thermostat housing. It is under the air cleaner. There is a lot of stuff you need to remove to get to it. Good luck.
Only if the piping is leaking, or if you get a lot of condensation
If it is on the right side of the truck, back of the engine, after using the A/C it might be the condense water from A/C. It tends to drip on the chassis first and then on the floor, quite a lot though, but harmless.
drain for the air conditioner heater case could be stopped up,or a heater core leaking... !!!!
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There are a lot of places, but most often leaks are caused by a bad valve cover gasket. It might be just on the firewall side of the engine.
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No more often than any other GM vehicle.
I think it's on the passenger side. A lot of debris can get in there.
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