You have a suction drier - to stop the condensate from forming, insulate the line and drier.
Normally those are put in and removed after a certain amount of time, after a major repair like compressor replacement.
I am not in the business of any trade I give advice on. I have non-professional hvac experience + good knowledge of theory. Attempt repairs at your own risk. Never jump out safeties - especially pressure switches - on a furnace for testing with fuel supply on; use a meter. Do not troubleshoot with live line voltage present unless there's no alternative.