As far as average health morals go:
Fe: Focus on other people, morals revolving around other people on a case by case basis
Fi: Focus on oneself and how one feels, universal, one size fits all morals
SFJ: A lot of ambiguity, if twisting the morals is what seems right at the moment, helping these people, it is right.
NFJ: A lot of ambiguity, but different. Any means justify this end. Long term.
IxTP: Morals are irrelevant. I like understanding but I don’t want to interact much. I prefer to avoid talking about this whenever possible.
ExTP: Morals aren’t important, but entertaining, sometimes I like twisting and bending morals to suit what I want.
NFP: Always stay true to oneself. No matter what. Don’t let anything change how you feel about this, it’s either right or wrong.
SFP: Make sure to always do what you personally believe is right, at that moment. If it what is best for you right now, it is right.
NTJ: Morals are not usually necessary to achieve goals, but sometimes you need morals to even realize what you want in life. Morals when you can, but logic and the plan takes precedence.
STJ: Morals are usually necessary to uphold what has been done, but sometimes morals are part of the foundation of things and need to be taken into consideration. Morals when it applies, but you have to ignore morals when trying to uphold what is important.