It is going to depend on how your car works!
Does you car allow loading new engine control parameters for fuel & air? Most cars do, but not all.
Does your car do this communication on the CANbus attached to the OBD2 port? Many cars have more than one communications bus; you have to be on the correct bus. Does the correct bus operate on the CAN protocol, or some other protocol?
Carloop was designed to communicate on CANbus on the OBD2 port. You can adapt carloop to communicate on other ports by adding plug adapters, as required. (For example, some Jeeps have a custom CAN bus hidden behind the radio that can control car functions.) However, if the message protocol is something not compatible with CAN, then carloop will not work. (For example, my 2004 Subaru uses K-Line instead of CAN.)
If it can be done, you will need to look into whether the messages need security IDs or checksums in order for the car to accept the new table. You can program this into your carloop, but you have to know what your car needs.