I've a 2020 Outlander (AU) which has the two types of charging plugs - J1772 for AC and a CHAdeMO for DC charging.
A couple months ago had the opportunity to plug it into a DC fast charger with a CHAdeMO plug, topping up at 20KW for about 15mins. It was at around the 80% mark when it was unplugged as I needed to get going again.
I noticed though when leaving that the red charging indicator lamp on the dash was flashing so I pulled over to check the manual to see what this meant. According to the manual this light meant I was plugged in and charging! I physically inspected the plug to see if there was any obvious damage or debris but I didn't notice anything.
Given I had driven a couple hundred meters without any other issues or beeps even, I decided I'd drive the ~15kms to my next stop.
To wrap up:
- I called the place where I charged and they hadn't heard of this problem before though I was potentially the first Outlander to use that charger
- I've charged using the J1772 till full
- I've discharged (as far as the battery indicators goes, ie ~30% SOC) and fully charged using the J1772
- and, taken it to the dealership where they picked up an error code P1B02 "Quick charge current stop timeout" and cleared it
Any thoughts appreciated, I'll also keep you all posted.