Thanks, I had already watched that video, and a bunch others. The problem with mine, was I had a blow out which severed the wires going to the motor not a programming fault. This meant I was unable to remove the screw securing the motor since it is accessed from the outside, and it was covered by the frame of the slide.
I was finally able to figure out which wire connected to which control module and the affected motor. I then pulled the harness out from where it connects to the control module, and spliced the harness back together outside of the frame. This allowed me to at least open my kitchen slide. Now I'll be able to access everything I need to replace the harness with a new one, and fish it through the frame properly. Problem fixed for now.