Got it figured out today and figured I post up on how I removed the wiper motor in case someone else has a similar issue. Once you remove the wiper arm, there is a plastic boot that is removable, and under that is a lock nut that locks down on the window. Remove that lock nut and then remove two bolts on the inside of the wiper assembley and then you can pull the motor shaft through the glass.
The reason mine was not working as it was full of crime in the shaft that the wiper arm attaches to. Motor worked fine. Had to pound out the shaft with a punch, PB blaster and dremmel with with a small wire wheel an I was able to clean out the outter tube. I could not beleive how much dirt came out of the tube. Lube it up with white litho grease, put it all back togther, and works now. Saved $350 (est from local ford dealer to replace and that didn't include labor).
Wife is happy again.