Mmm... I didn't realize that... I guess the solution is two fold...
1. You need a helper to pull your moonroof close... go half way closed to
you can do the second step... So someone pull the moonroof while you are
trying to close it from the trunk... Or... let the motor help you close it
halfway... while you are pulling.
2. Once halfway, you need to pull the moonroof cover off... from the front
of the moonroof... and in between the cover and the sheetmetal of
moonroof... use a trim removal tool or a really taped up big screwdriver to
pop it off...
Once cover is loose, pull it up and out of the car.
Find the metal rod on the moonroof in the center... remove the circlip pin
off... and disengage the drive wire... Push the moonroof back enough and
then have the motor drive that driveshaft out...
At this point, you remove and replace the motor... or just remove the
motor... push the shaft back in... close the moonroof and prop it up.