Don't want to jump it?
Your call, certainly, but . . . just curious: Why not?
Jumping the battery is only for diagnosis; if the starter turns over readily with a known hot battery connected, then--I'd consider a deficient battery the problem.
BTW; KLRs have each a "starter circuit relay," and a separate "starter relay;" no "solenoid" engaging starter drivetrain, as with some automobiles.
To find the starter relay, follow the heavy cable from the battery positive terminal to its lug on the starter relay; or--follow the heavy cable from the starter motor to its lug on the starter relay.
Last edited by Damocles; 05-21-2013 at 12:09 AM.