Well my neighbor and I took another look at the shades and we finally got the blinds out of the bracket holding them. Attached is some photos detailing how we did it and what everything looked like once we had the blinds down.
The fourth down photo is of a clip (one for each blind) that we removed that was on the end where the wires attached to motor.
The fourth down and to the right photo with the blinds removed shows a plastic tab that the clip was holding in place which we open once the clip was gone. Note one tab is open and the other is closed. This allowed us to pull the blind end out of the bracket end and with some muscle slide one end of the blind down the A-pillar cover via the groove in it for the blind.
The first photo is the end of the motor that was held in by the piece in the fourth down and to the right photo.
The 2nd photo shows the other end of the blind bracket and how it is recessed in the passenger side A-pillar cover. Driver side A-Pillar is recessed the same. The recessed areas is why I was unable to just pull the whole blind assembly down. Don't know for sure but I'm now thinking the pillar covers and blinds were installed at the factory before they put the front window in.
The other two photos are of the motor model and drive end.
Sorry about the confusing order of the photos, wasn't quite sure how to get them to come out in the order I attached them.
After searching this site I found reference to this site: Motorized Window Blinds, Shades, Projector Screens, Skylights
I've already sent them an email and hoping they can help me with a new motor.
Should add the old motor was toast. Bench tested it and all I could get out of it was a small movement every time I applied power. Adjusting the stop screws did not make a difference.
So hopefully this will help someone in the future if they experience a faulty Auto Motion Shade motor.
Once I locate a replacement motor I'll let everyone know.