I have fixed this issue. To fix it I did the following:
New air filter
New spark plugs
New coil packs
But the thing that really helped is cleaned the throttle body with carb cleaner and a tooth brush.
While I had the engine open and the throttle body exposed I cleaned the air inlet manifold with carb cleaner too and checked the seals to make sure there ...
If I should guess, I'd say your handbrake cables are both frozen.
There are two steel cables running from the hand brake lever to each rear brake, acting on a small lever there. And there is a small spring on each brake pulling back the cable.
The tension you feel comes from that spring, and from the inner tension of the brake.
If the cable or the lever ...
In the second and third images, starting at the top and working to the right:
Top row -
Middle row -
Antilock Brakes (ABS)
Fog lights (?)
Coupe Console - someone says it is "Consumer for clock / radio" (?)
ALIM/UCH - manual says "common power" (?)
Third row -
Your best bet is to look at a good clutch assembly diagram and find the location that the part came from. In a shop service manual for example they will usually have a reference table that lists the part number and factory part name.
Otherwise I’d recommend waiting for someone here who knows Renault specifically (or really knows transmissions and clutches) ...